Joanna Hoffmann

Glowing Globe, Changes and Challenges
, Rijeka 11.-25. October 2023
Exhibition, Symposium, Screenings, Performance will take place at the galley Kortil- HKD Rijeka, Astronomy Center Rijeka, UNIRI University Rijeka, APURI Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka and Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Curators: Ingeborg Fülepp, Dijana Protić, Gloria Aino Grzywatz; Collaborators: Tomislav Brajnović, Iris Vidmar Jovanović, Jolanda Todorović

Gallery Kortil – Croatia Cultural Center.
Artists: : Jonas Blume, Alex Brajković, Ingeborg Fülepp, Gloria Aino Grzywatz, Gabriel Hensche, Joanna Hoffmann, Vladislav Knežević, Martina Menegon, Lauren Moffatt, Petra Mrša, Dijana Protić, Nika Rukavina, Michaela Strumberger

I am proud to participate with my artworks from the RhiZone series in this fascinating exhibition:
RhiZone: [Spore| and RhiZone: [PapiLLa]

With the emergence of the pandemic caused by the virus, many processes related to the development and use of digital technology have become visible and widely applicable in practice. In these circumstances, the question arises about the importance of ethics in digital technology, and the relationship between ethics and aesthetics in postdigital art. Is it something that is aesthetically and visually pleasingly made to respect certain ethical norms as well? Therefore, an international exhibition and screenings with a variety of media art installations, a symposium and discussions with present artists and theoreticians will seek to explore what it means to ethically approach the work of art, and how this is reflected in relation to aesthetics in postdigital art as significant changes in the wider social context.

Glowing Globe is an event that will be held for the fourth time. The program is innovative and educational dealing with research and understanding of the terms and phenomena of postdigital culture, which is especially relevant in contemporary art and society