RESONATE – AN 8-DAY VISUAL ART INSTALLATION AT THE DIGITAL HUB FROM 9/11/18
According to Riona Long, electronic music, due to its highly digitised nature, is more tightly integrated into our everyday digital lives than any other creative form. It’s machinic and robotic aesthetic means it is more commonly associated with alienating notions of technology as opposed to more human ones involving emotional connection and community.
RESONATE’s interviews, live footage and digital graphics explore how human values like emotion and a sense of community thrive within the resolutely artificial and synthetically generated art-form of electronic music. By doing so, it suggests that electronic music culture provides a marker for how we handle contemporary anxieties around the machine.
About Riona Long
Riona Long is a Video Artist and Motion Graphics Designer whose work embraces the possibilities of digital technology for the creation of immersive and expansive audio-visual experiences. She is a recent graduate of Creative Digital Media degree programme at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown where she developed her interest in incorporating digitally generated audio-visual content into documentary style filmmaking in order to create experimental and explorative forms of testimony and reflection.
RESONATE takes place at The Digital Hub’s Digital Exchange building.
Date: Friday, 9th November to Saturday, 17th November (Closed Sunday, 11th Nov.)
Time: 12pm – 5pm
Venue: Digital Exchange, Crane Street, The Digital Hub, Dublin 8, D08 HKR9. Google directions to Digital Exchange at The Digital Hub.
– Free entry! –
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
RESONATE will be launched with an Artists Talk on Thursday, 8th November at The Digital Hub campus. To request an invitation please email email@example.com before 05/11/18.
RESONATE is held at The Digital Hub in partnership with the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown.