Digitalisation is changing the art world, art production and art reception – even in places we haven’t noticed (yet). There is no denying the growing influence of digitalisation in almost every area of life, but as long as there remains a tangible difference between humans and machines, there is also no reason to fear that the interface to the analogue world will vanish completely. In the current issue of our magazine, we venture forth in search of such interfaces. The magazine itself is designed to use the tools of its medium to reveal and explore the interfaces connecting analogue and digital space. With the help of augmented reality (AR) technology, we have pushed the boundaries of the magazine (published autumn/summer 2019) into the digital realm for the first time and examined the interplay between print and digital content.
The app Magazin 33 — AR is available for free via our Website as well as on the App Store and Google Play.
- A Roadmap to Intelligent Life. On the Way to Dialogical Artificial Intelligence, by Alan N. Shapiro
- Digitalisation as the Colonialisation of Our Living Environment. On the Optimisation of Dominion and Servitude, by Harald Welzer
- Disrupt and Transmit: The Newest Digital Literature. An Attempt at Classification, by Nikola Richter
- The Works of Tristan Schulze, by Sarah Alberti
- >Let me out!< Art and Social Media, by Anika Meier
- The Sound of Ones and Zeroes. Digitalisation in Music, by Martina Seeber
- A Change of Perspective. The Benefits of a Digital Archive for a Different Image Politics, by André Raatzsch & Jürgen Keiper