Joël Vacheron - 1983: a blackened window on the world

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Joël Vacheron - 1983: a blackened window on the world

Joël Vacheron, journalist, sociologist, editor of VERITIES, interested in the impact of innovative projects on the production of recurrent narratives and aesthetics in everyday technologies.

In this final talk of the closing session 
Making Sense of Technology at Lift16, Joël Vacheron considers how 1983 introduced a paradigm shift into our relationship with technology, reflected through the work of many artists.

From visual art to music, video games to 3D printing, discover how the virtual world manifests in our collective unconscious!

Recorded on February 12, 2016, in Geneva.

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