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Version: December 2019

Introduction
Digital Arts and Culture: Transformation or Transgression?

This issue examines the effects digitization and digitalization have had on discourses, research designs, and processes of artistic production, distribution, and reception. Dealing with digital phenomena reconfigures social patterns of action, thinking, and organization in the arts and cultural sectors. These sectors are changing profoundly and rapidly, and with them their networks, audiences, the conditions of work and consumption. These issues are particularly acute during the ongoing COVID 19-pandemic with serious effects on the arts and cultural fields, showing the possibilities, but also the limits, of digitalization and digitization in the cultural sector. The authors discuss the challenges and opportunities digitalization and digitization imply for cultural management and cultural policy.

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2021 (1)
Digital Arts and Culture: Transformation or Transgression?

Constance DeVereaux / Steffen Höhne / Martin Tröndle / Marjo Mäenpää (Eds.)

209 Pages

ISBN 978-3-8376-5389-2

transcript

44,99€

The current issue can be ordered from the publisher.