The second in a series of presentation within the online cycle “Cultural programmes in digital space” is concerned with the topic of utilising different digital service in crisis periods, such as the current state caused by the pandemic of the virus in which organisational possibilities of all cultural workers are limited.
This topic will be covered by Darija Medić, creator and educator, who through language poetics, technology and art is exploring the field of correction/building identity and the labyrinth of contemporary technological practices. Darija works as a coordinator of digital art projects in the international organisation DiploFoundation, whose activities are based on developing capacity in the fields of digital policies and digital diplomacy. Also, she works as a researched in the production of the Centre for new media Кuda.org projects.
You can view the presentation on our YouTube channel.
About the cycle
In the past period marked by the epidemic of Covid-19, the place of realisation of cultural needs of the audience was displaced into the digital sphere, due to temporary closing down of venues used by cultural institutions and organisations and ceasing of their regular programmes. This encouraged designing new ways of presenting archives and collections, concerts and plays, and also the organisation of people they are gathering.
Although the Internet cannot fully replace performing cultural and artistic programmes in a physical space, it can be an opportunity to perceive the importance of one’s own work in a different way and to further contemplate the spots of positioning on the cultural map of the city, region and Europe.
Therefore, the cycle of online presentations “Cultural programmes in digital space” is precisely related to improving the visibility of our institutions and organisations in the digital space by designing new formats of presenting cultural and artistic creativity and communication with the audience..