Workshop with David Desrimais: Archiving in Style, Part 1 / ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE
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Workshop with David Desrimais: Archiving in Style, Part 1

Shadow Libraries: UbuWeb in Athens


16 MAR 2018
15:00-18:00

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The workshop will be held in English.
 
Outside the OCC
The workshop is open to all
A 3-hour workshop like a round-trip from digital to analog feelings, and back. Meet the most genuine qualities of the internet, as we love it.
Participation cost: Free
The workshop means to extend the most genuine qualities of the internet, as we love it, to some physical incarnation. If I need to summon this online feeling and there is no electricity, what can I do? What are the textures, the smells, the weight we could associate to digital feelings? Here the feeling serves as an element of preservation, and the physicality of things as a way to think perennial in digital.

Based on each participant’s digital practice and knowledge and crossed with David Desrimais’ (Jean Boîte Éditions) know-how, this workshop is a round-trip from digital to analog feelings, and back.

David Desrimais is a publisher based in Paris, France. Founder and director of Jean Boîte Éditions (with Mathieu Cénac, since 2011), he publishes books in the digital age, in the fields of arts, humanities and poetics. Conceived hand-in-hand with worldwide artists and authors, all the books are shaped for International distribution (now in 15 countries). In the academic field, David Desrimais works as Associate Professor (PAST) and co-director of the Création Éditoriale (Creative Publishing) Master's degree at the University of Clermont-Ferrand (France), where he is also Associate Researcher at the CELIS laboratory (Centre d’étude de la littérature et de la sociopoétique). Former Head of Digital Projects for the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain (2007-2017), David Desrimais regularly works as an expert and director of digital projects for cultural and scientific institutions, as well as for private clients (Mobilier national, IDDRI-Sciences Po, Mairie de Paris, Google Arts & Culture).

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Date:
Friday 16 March 2018

Hours:
15:00-18:00

Participation cost:
Free

Pre-requisites:
Open to all.

In order to participate, candidates are asked to send a statement of purpose about 100-words long in order to enter the selection process to the following e-mail address: ubu@sgt.gr.
 
Applications will be accepted until all seats are filled. Selected candidates will be notified about their participation by 12 March 2018.

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