Un pas important în mediul digital
13 Aprilie 2015 Lasă un comentariu
Cu protestul virtual organizat în fața Parlamentului spaniol se deschide o nouă eră în exprimarea publică. Va fi foarte interesant care vor fi noile limite de creativitate în formele de protest.
Și lucrurile sunt experimentate de ceva timp.
When you put a frame around something, you get the audience to interpret what’s in that frame in a very certain way. Often the director or the cameraman can influence what it is you’re seeing, and what it is you think you’re seeing. Whereas there’s nowhere to hide with a 360-degree camera.
„I’m interested in how different forms of power respond to this,” said Dominguez, 50, in a mellifluous baritone. „Our work has always been to bring to the foreground what artists can do using available low-end, new technologies that can have a wider encounter with society than just the limited landscape of the museum, the gallery and the scholarly paper.”
A virtual protest gives people a way to let their views be known without having to face the risk of being attacked, arrested or even killed. You register your attendance at a virtual event by accepting an event invite or sending a message, for example by SMS or using a social network like Twitter.
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