Post-Colonial Computing: in between Code, Race, Art and Power.
|Keyword(s)||social, political, software, art, web, coding|
|Tags||ethics, bias, post-colonial, race and gender, art, politics|
|Person organizing||Al-Badri Nelles|
|Language|| de - German, en - English |
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(From website) "Their pieces deal with issues arising through hegemonic and neo-colonial power structures and representations between the Global South and North as well as with the various facets of war and its aftermath. Their artistic practice reflects on the absurdity of the human condition. The works interfere in social infrastructures by misbehaviour performances or challenges institutions through civil disobedience aware of their artistic freedom. The collective pursues a critical re-evaluation of actual cultural commons, the power of representation through material objects of other cultures, their digital image as well as the concepts of heritage and identity politics."