#Arteetude 190: Navigating the Digital Frontier with Detlef Schlich and explore the Future of Homo Digitalis.
In Arteetude 190, we embark on a journey into the future of Homo Digitalis, exploring the potential advancements in technology that could shape our world and our identities. We delve into the implications of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and the Internet of Things, and grapple with the ethical considerations these advancements bring with them.
We question the dichotomy between the real and the virtual and explore the idea that these are not opposing forces, but complementary aspects of our reality. We discuss the importance of finding a balance between the physical and the digital, and the need to navigate the digital landscape with curiosity, openness, and critical engagement.
Join us as we traverse the digital frontier, exploring the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, and envisioning a future where we are not just passive consumers of technology, but active participants in shaping our digital destiny. From philosophical musings to humorous anecdotes, Arteetude 190 offers a thought-provoking and entertaining exploration of the future of Homo Digitalis.
ArTEEtude is a podcast created and produced by Detlef Schlich that explores the intersection of art, digital culture, and true stories in West Cork. Schlich, a multi-disciplinary artist, operates his podcast with a cross-sectoral approach, believing that a visual artist should think beyond being just an antagonist and instead strive to be a protagonist. Through this podcast, he dives into the unknown depths of the creative mind to uncover new perspectives and ideas.
Detlef Schlich is a podcaster, visual artist, filmmaker, ritual designer, and media archaeologist based in West Cork. He is recognized for his seminal work, including a scholarly examination of the intersections between shamanism, art, and digital culture, as well as his acclaimed video installation, Transodin's Tragedy. He primarily works in performance, photography, painting, sound, installations, and film. In his work, he reflects on the human condition and uses the digital shaman's methodology as an alter ego to create artwork. His media archaeology is a conceptual and practical exercise in uncovering the unique aesthetic, cultural and political aspects of media in culture.
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