Igor Štromajer, Gordan Savičić, Ida Hiršenfelder

 >> Digital Death

Accompanying the opening of the exhibition Make Love, Not Art., there were three presentations. They shed light on digital life in cyberspace, which can end with the expunction of data, oblivion or the death of online identity.

Ida Hiršenfelder considered digital death as a political and aesthetic statement in works of art and the idea of eternity of online life as an absurd desire to archive everything that exists.

Ida Hiršenfelder — Digital Death from aksioma on Vimeo.

Gordan Savičić – who, as part of the project Web 2.0 Suicide Machine, enabled the users of the social network to erase their entire profile to secure their right to privacy and free management of digital life – discussed the issue of persistence of online identity in social networks.

Gordan Savičić — Web 2.0 Suicide Machine from aksioma on Vimeo.

Igor Štromajer presented the incentives for the project Expunction and the problem of archiving online works of art.

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  • My Name is Janez Janša

    Thursday 2 March 2017 at 12:30

    Documentary screening

    In the framework of the Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance.

    Segal Theatre
    365 Fifth Ave, New York, USA

  • OUCH! - Pain and Performance

    From 15 to 17 March 2017

    Screening programme
    Curated by Live Art Development Agency, London

    Opening lecture IT HURTS: Art, performance and pain by Dominic Johnson: WED, 15 March 2017 at 7 pm

    Ouch featured artists: Marina Abramović, ORLAN, Oleg Kulik, Ron Athey, Franko B, Marcel.li Antunez Roca, Heather Cassils, Bob Flanagan, Wafaa Bilal, Rocio Boliver, Petr Pavlensky, Martin O’Brien, Regina Jose Galindo, Ernst Fisher & Nicola Hunter, Kira O’Reilly, jamie lewis hadley.

    Free entrance

    Aksioma Project Space
    Komenskega 18, Ljubljana, Slovenija