Umbigo Magazine #86, Cover 2: Patricia Dominguez, Plant Saga

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Umbigo [which means ‘belly button’ in Portugees] is an independent art and culture platform, including a quarterly printed magazine, a daily online publication, a social network for art and a program of various curatorial activities.
Umbigo Magazine, published in Lisboa, features editorials, art shows and global artists and it has two editions - in Portuguese and in English. The publication consists of special art projects, art dialogues and essays, exhibitions reviews, and in-depth interviews. The covers are the result of art projects specially made for the magazine.

The Umbigo Magazine issue #86 on Connection/Disconnection” marks the beginning of a series of interviews carried out in collaboration with the IHA’s Art, Museums and Digital Cultures cluster. These interviews aim to deepen and expand some of the topics addressed at the 2021 International Conference, namely the cultural and political implications of the post-digital condition and its repercussions on the world of contemporary art and museums.
In this first interview, José Pardal Pina talks with Juan Martín Prada, member of the cluster since its origin and author of Prácticas artísticas e Internet en la época de las rede sociales [Artistic Practices and the Internet in the Age of Social Media] (2015) and Art Theory and Digital Culture (2023). Among other questions, Juan Martín Prada reflects here on digital mediation in museums, the role of big technological corporations and recent advances in artificial intelligence.


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