LES ÉCRANS DE LA LIBERTÉ: DIGITAL ANTHROPOLOGY FESTIVAL
Le Cube, Issy-Les-Moulineaux, Paris, France

 

Le Cube and Les Écrans de la Liberté propose two days of discoveries and meetings centred on anthropology and new media with film projections and round-table discussions with authors and anthropologists. Today, digital technology is opening up numerous possibilities for driving all possible forms of association between images, sounds and texts. In this way, they are forging a new instrumental reason that today raises the need for new creations at the crossroads between digital art, anthropology and social science in conjunction with other disciplines such as neuroscience.

More and more frequently, realities addressed by anthropologists are often crossed by geopolitical tensions, economic and social crises, emergencies, migratory flows and discriminations which confront a large number of communities and people. This idea of interculturality, which is progressively becoming a more core part of investigations and studies, promotes and necessitates new areas of research and expression. But also, and maybe even above all, interculturality tends to create its own field where one's views undergo profound changes thanks to others’ views, moving us towards other methods for universalism.

The aim of these two days is to promote the taking into account of these unique writings which integrate interactions, multiple points of view and collective creations, and even a sensory approach to all types of personal accounts. By giving form to their sensory apprehensions, they develop these elements which are essential to contextualising the subjects in question.

Paul Emmanuel’s 14-minute film 3SAI: A RITE OF PASSAGE (2008) was selected by Les Écrans de la Liberté to be screened at Le Cube for this festival.

 

 

Links
3SAI: A RITE OF PASSAGE website

Le Cube website


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