Digital Resources in Humanities and Arts
4th – 7th September
EPEKA participated in international conference titled Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts. Conference was organized by Centre for advanced studies at the University of Notthingham and took place in University's Ningbo in China.
This year's conference explored the new connectivities in societies and cultures which were enabled by the blending of virtual and physical space, the traversing of time and space through the virtual, and the evolution of innovative methodologies. Crossing disciplines and challenging boundaries within the humanities, arts and the creative industries, this conference examined critically familiar notions of the ‘local’, the ‘global’ and the ‘network’ across the cultural spectrum.
Peter Tomaz Dobrila participated on conference with lecture Culture was a generator of Evolution and intermedia installation Pegla/Iron.