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Digital Platforms interviews

Facilitator: Imke Baumann
Length: 1.5 hours. Begins at 2pm.
Arts NT meeting room. Access and location details are available under Venues in Event Information.
Capacity: 15 people

Vision-impaired Berlin-based artist Dirk Sorge uses digital programming tools to create works whose visual impact, unlike with other artistic means of expression, he himself can comprehensively control.

Do artists in Australia have similar experiences in dealing with the digital world? What do they wish? How should an effective digital networking between the artists look like? What financing options could there be?

Berlinklusion wants to use the unique opportunity at Meeting Place to hear the opinions of Australian artists. Our aim is to examine the possibility of developing an international digital platform. The platform could provide international networking for artists with disability, support community building and further exchange of experience in the digital world. It should also provide an easy-to-use self-help option for the exchange of assistance and resources in the field of international cooperation.

This is a fantastic opportunity to discuss and dream with the artist network from Berlin about the digital world. The workshop will be followed by an offer to submit video messages for anyone who is willing to share ideas and opinions. The results will be communicated after the meeting.

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The participation of the German participants is supported by the Goethe-Institut.


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Meeting Place 2018

24 - 26 September

Araluen Arts Centre, 61 Larapinta Drive
Alice Springs, NT 0870