Another lecture from the series about philosophy of media called Technology and thinking.
The omnipresence of the computing technologies can be considered as the introduction ofthetotal measurabilityof the world in the digital age. Should we start interpreting art as a form of measuring? Should we begin to push scientific objectivity to art works that are mostly protected as exclusively subjective? Isn’t “being literal” just a normative form of “being visual”? And isn’t the total measurability of the world leading towards the triumph of art?
Palo Fabuš studied computer science, media theory and sociology. He is an editor-in-chief of the magazine Umělec interested in the relations between digital technology and the human fate.
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