Uma Breve Introdução ao Estudo da Estética Ecomidiática
In general, the article seeks to understand the production of a specific area of media art focused on a variant of Environmental art (tentatively called ecomedia aesthetics) that could contribute to technological resilience and ethical formulations concerned about the future of humanity and the planet. Therefore the research is divided into two areas: on the one hand, artists, collectives and designers involved in research on unconventional computing systems, alternative infrastructures and green energy; on the other hand, relations established between ecomedia artistic production and philosophical concepts applied to a theory of responsibility. This article combines two branches of philosophy (ethics and aesthetics) and, in particular, covers areas such as computer science, ecology, renewables, among others.
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