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Inter-disciplinary Context of Art and Technology

21. Juni 2021, 11.00 bis 12.00 Uhr ONLINE via Microsoft Teams

Invited Lectures Series on Critical Data mit Prof. Fei Jun.

Meeting Link: Microsoft Teams
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Inter-disciplinary Context of Art and Technology
Today, when we discuss art, science and technology, we need to use interdisciplinary context to understand the history, significance and value of this new discipline, and we also need to apply interdisciplinary logic to reconstruct the practice and education mode of art and science and technology. The discipline system we apply today is based on the logic of industrial structure in the industrial age. Facing the information age formed by the rapid development of science and technology, and the coming intelligent age, the serious lag of the cognitive system constructed by philosophy, art, sociology, anthropology, psychology, law and so on and the gradual failure of the ethical system have formed the urgent demand for the new discipline of art, science and technology in this era.

Professor of Art and technology program, school of design, Central Academy of Fine Arts.
Creative director of Moujiti interactive

Fei Jun holds an MFA in Electronic Integrated Art from Alfred University’s School of Art and Design in New York. Fei Jun is a professor in art and technology program, school of design, Central Academy of Fine Arts. He is also creative director of Moujiti interactive and co-curator of Beijing Media Art Biennale. As an artist, designer and educator. he devotes himself to the research, education and practice of art and technology. His artistic practice explores the hybrid space that constructed by virtual and physical space; His art and design work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in galleries, museums and festivals, including International Art Exhibition – La Biennale of Venezia, and has received many international awards including IF design award, Red dot design award and Design for Asia Award.

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