Researcher and curator exploring how digital technologies and the Internet are shaping art, culture and society. Her research focuses on discourses about post-digital, post-internet and New Aesthetics, and artistic practices that reflect on how the internet is reshaping the relationship between the physical and digital. She believes that the articulation of values on 21st century technologies – before they are completely and invisibly integrated with our bodies, lives and environments – is the most important thing for our generation.
Posts by Nadine Roestenburg
A Robot Will Spark the Next Avant-Garde
“An illegal theme park exposing the ideology of the aesthetics of hacking”. “A hybrid drone targeting technological domination”. “A psychedelic fridge to raise doubt about fake news”. Do these quotes sound artificial to you? Not so strange, since they are generated by an artificial intelligence. Predictive Art Bot is one of the many tweeting bots on the Internet. It […]
The Ephemeral Future of Internet Data
What the Internet would look like if all data were ephemeral?