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Digital Art on LSE Impact Blog

Claire’s project on Latin(o) American Digital Art has been featured on the LSE’s Impact Blog. The LSE Impact Blog is a hub for researchers, administrative staff, librarians, students, think tanks, government, and anyone else interested in maximising the impact of academic work in the social sciences and other disciplines. It aims to encourage debate, share best … Continue reading

Case study on Marina Zerbarini’s Tejido de memoria now available on FIHRM website

A case study on Marina’s digital artwork, Tejido de memoria has now been added to the Resources section of the FIHRM (Federation of International Human Rights Museums) website. Claire and her Research Assistant, Ailsa, were invited by National Museums Liverpool (NML), who created and run the website, to rejuvenate its Resources section as part of … Continue reading

Cities in Dialogue book

DLAC network is delighted to announce that the retrospective volume on Latin American new media arts, arising from the Cities in Dialogue exhibition, has now been published. The Cities in Dialogue exhibition was held in in FACT in conjunction with the Liverpool Independents Biennial in 2014. The book covers the exhibition in detail, as well … Continue reading

Digital art in the city

Following on from Claire’s AHRC-funded project on Latin(o) American Digital Art, she was asked to provide a piece for the Institute of Cultural Capital, drawing on the findings of the project. The Institute of Cultural Capital (ICC) is a strategic collaboration between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) which aims to … Continue reading

Book of Cities in Dialogue Exhibition

For those of you who attended the Cities in Dialogue exhibition held in in FACT in conjunction with the University of Liverpool and the Liverpool Independents Biennial in 2014,  we’re pleased to let you know that the book of the exhibition will be out shortly with Liverpool University Press. The book is a retrospective volume on … Continue reading

Introducing Ailsa Peate

The Latin(o) American Digital Art Project, led by Claire Taylor, welcomes this month Ailsa Peate to the research team. Ailsa is currently a doctoral student at the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Liverpool, working under Claire’s supervision. Ailsa will be working as postgraduate Research Assistant for the Latin(o) American Digital Art … Continue reading

Tickets for V&A Digital Design

Tickets for the Digital Design Weekend at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London are now available on Event Brite. Now in its fifth year, the V&A Digital Design Weekend brings together artists, designers, engineers and scientists celebrating the intersections of art, design and technology. The Latin(o) American Digital Art Project, led by Claire Taylor, are participating … Continue reading

Latin American Digital Art at V&A

We’re delighted to announce that Claire’s Latin(o) American Digital Art Project has been invited to participate in the Digital Design Weekend 2015, to be held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The culmination of the London Design Festival, the Digital Design Weekend is held from Saturday 26 – Sunday 27 September 2015 , 10.30 … Continue reading

Digital Art in Buenos Aires

Our workshop with the Universidad Nacional de las Artes in Buenos Aires earlier this month has generated quite a lot of interest, both at the event itself, and since then via social media. We were pleased to be invited to present at the Escuela de Defensa Nacional, a venue which has only recently started on … Continue reading

Digital art in Montevideo and Buenos Aires

We just came back from an exciting trip to Argentina and Uruguay where we ran a series of events and activities on the AHRC-funded project Latin(o) American Digital Art.  Our first stop was Montevideo, where we were welcomed by the internationally recognised artist Brian Mackern, who had been  our Artist in Residence in Liverpool in October … Continue reading

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