So when you talk about relation between society and science in one hand, and the sociery and art in another hand
So you must notice
1- the impact of the social networks on the arab revolutions.
2 - The impact of networked arts in rising up dictatories
Since January 2011, the Arab world is in a very
important period in history that was started by Bouazizi's immolation in
Tunisia. It has been transformed into a cyber-revolution that influenced
connected communities to rise up against dictatorships… There is a remarkable
interaction between genres like Rap music and cyber-art through their digital
roots. EL GENERAL links his connection to the revolution against the
ex-president in Tunisia through his Rap music. Likewise, this artist,
cyberactivists and bloggers has been arrested because of their resistance to Internet
censorship. The reaction of the Tunisian people has been exceptional as they
posted videos on social sharing networks to expose repression and corruption to
the entire world. After the Tunisian revolution, other connected societies such
as Egypt have done the same to pursue their freedom, and others still fight to
overthrow the dictatorial regimes in their countries. In so doing, Arab Artists
are making exceptional post-revolution art based on new expressions based on
this newfound sense of freedom…
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> Date: Sun, 29 May 2011 14:16:16 +0200
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> Subject: [Yasmin_discussions] Art Agency, and its Constitution :ANNOUNCING YASMIN DISCUSSION
> Art Agency,and its Constitution .
> Science Agency and its Constitution
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> G. H. Rabbath;Doctor of Philosophy, Human Sciences, and
> Associate Professor at Université Saint-Joseph, Beirut, Lebanon .
> This year the Venice Biennial:
> promises to be the most successful ever with a record of national
> participation despite the last minute withdrawal of some Middle
> -Eastern countries like Lebanon. One of the 5 questions that artistic
> director Bice Curriger asked all the participating artists is: "If art were
> a nation, what would its constitution be?"
> The current turn of events in the MENA countries will change the face
> of the region for ever. New media is viewed as the critical factor in
> creating political and social change.
> Have new media, and social media reached a critical point
> where they can help build a country from the bottom-up, or can they only
> topple governements for the moment? What is the
> relation with contemporary art practices? Is there still a
> possibility for individual agency through new media and
> art, and is the Biennial format the last place to explore new
> political models?
> In keeping with the YASMIN aim to network artists and
> scientists around the Mediterranean, we propose to couple
> the discussion to the related question.
> Science Agency and its Constitution. "If Science were a Nation,
> what would its constitution be?"
> Here are some of the web sites :
> Arabstateofmind: http://thestateofmind.be/
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