Date(s) - 30/11/2022
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Sixth edition of Novembre Numérique – the digital cultures festival of France
November Digital, the international festival of digital cultures, has become in five years a regular meeting of the French cultural network abroad, at the service of innovation and the promotion of digital cultures.
This event is growing every year, with programs offered in more than 80 countries and 130 cities in 2022. This strong mobilization demonstrates the commitment of the Institut français and the French cultural network abroad to promote access for all to new technologies, to promote the diversity of French digital creation, and to build lasting partnerships with foreign professionals.
The events organized in the establishments of the cultural network or those of its partners, in situ or online, make it possible to highlight French innovation in the field of digital creation – virtual and augmented reality, video games, new narratives, art digital, audiovisual performances, immersive theater, etc. – and report on the digital transformation of network establishments.
At the time of the metaverse, NFTs, and artificial intelligence, Novembre Numérique aims more broadly to promote an international dialogue between creators, professionals in the sector, and the public around new uses and digital challenges.
A fictional documentary on Urban Forms inspired by biomimicry concepts in India
Biomimetics is a fictional documentary conceived by French artist Pierre-Jean Giloux on an evolving basis combining the real and the virtual, using videos and photographs sometimes reworked with 2D and 3D digital tools.
A selection of works to discover on your digital devices
Digital devices, which have become objects of our everyday, allow the emergence of a new offer of artistic content. These innovative editorial proposals attract a growing audience and rely on new practices of cultural consumption, say “on the move”. These cultural contents find an increasing audience many, especially among young generations for whom the telephone portable represents a privileged terminal for the consumption of cultural goods dematerialized. Each and every one, a mobile in the pocket, with or without internet connection, can now access artistic content!
⚙ Machines and software, in their design and usage, reflect the inequalities that run through the societies that develop them.
Join Gayatri Kodikal & Isabelle Arvers in a webinar where we will find out answers to some poignant questions like: “Does digital technology worsen inequality of opportunity? What is the relationship between art and digital technology” 🤔 and more…