Digital Democracies run by Threshold Studios brings together three UK festivals – Frequency Festival Lincoln, Freedom Festival Hull and Brighton Digital Festival – with a network of associate partners and collaborators across the UK in a programme exploring technology-enabled art in public spaces.
The aim of the project is to create a new generation of radically inclusive public cultural experiences and bridge in shared places where we live, work and play.
Festivals-led, the project brings together expertise across art in the public realm, digital innovation, social impact and place-based partnerships with global industry networks and national audiences.
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3 January 2022
Some of us who have been labelled with disabled minds find normality tedious and desperate, and our own experiences belittled and devalued.
14 December 2021
Zizi – Queering the Database aims to tackle the lack of representation and diversity in training image datasets of people’s faces used by facial recognition systems.
6 December 2021
“I have a friend who recently returned to Instagram; he had kept away, he said, because he didn’t like how being on the platform changed his everyday life. As he moved through the world, he would catch himself noticing objects and scenes that would make good posts, the frame of Instagram now a part of his cognition.” – writes Jonathan Chomko