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These pages will display research outcomes and ongoing investigations inspired by the 2005 international DIGITAL CULTURES LAB in DANCE TECHNOLOGIES. Click on the number sequence at the bottom.

The workshop outcomes and commentaries are organized in the same sequential manner as the various research workshops and paths created at the Digital Cultures Laboratory. These workshops and paths, with reference bibliographies and 'libraries,' can be found under our main headers:

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Ethnographic Publication Site

 

Art and Anthropology

Después de la Etnometodología / After Ethnomethodology

by Abdel Hernández San Juan

 

(spanish version)

1- Después de la etnometodología, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
2- Restitución de la Voz, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
3- El Eclipse de la Evocación, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
4- Imágenes de la Ciudad Melancólica: Lihie Talmor , por Abdel Hernández San Juan
5- Ricardo Benaim: Un Experimentalista Ingenioso, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
6- Las Imágenes Reminiscentes en Jacobo Borges, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
7- Ambientes Arcaicos: Johannes Birringer, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
8- Jóvenes Artistas Anglos, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
9- Artefactos Polisémicos: Phoebe Washburn y Stephanie Martz, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
10- Atavismos de la Imagen: Cirenaica Moreira, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
11-Metáforas de Procesos: Las Pinturas de Terrell James , por Abdel Hernández San Juan
12- Wendy Watriss: El Arte y la Ciudad, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
13- Inmateriales del Material: Lenguaje e Imagen en Luis Gómez, por Abdel Hernández San Juan
14- Obicuidad Poética: Espiritualidad y Unicidad en Tania Brugueras, por Abdel Hernández San Juan

 

 

(english version, in progress)

1- After Ethnomethodology , by Abdel Hernández San Juan
2- Restitution of Voice. , by Abdel Hernández San Juan
3- The Eclipse of Evocation, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
4- Images of the Melancholic City: Lihie Talmor, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
5- The Ingenuityof an Experimentalist: Ricardo Benaim, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
6- Reminiscences of the Image: Jacobo Borges, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
7- Archaic Environments: Johannes Birringer, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
8- Young Contemporary Artists in the US, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
9- Polysemiotic Artefacts: Pohebe Washburn and Stephanie Martz, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
10- Atavismos de la Imagen: Cirenaica Moreira, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
11- Metaphors of Process: The Paintings of Terrell James, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
12- Wendy Watriss: Art and the City, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
13- Immaterials of the material: Language and Image in Luis Gómez, by Abdel Hernández San Juan
14- Poetics of Ubiquity: Spirituality and Unicity in Tania Burgueras, by Abdel Hernández San Juan

post script

15 Between the Arts: Johannes Birringer by Abdel Hernández San Juan

 

Further Writings & Bibliography

(curated for "Digital Cultures" by Johannes Birringer)

 

Author Biography

Abdel Hernández San Juan, photo by Leonor Antoni

Abdel Hernández San Juan is a freelance writer, critic and lecturer and among the most innovative and erudite practitioners in the field of art and ethnographic research. He is the author of several books and curator of "Artists in Trance". During his residency in Houston he was visiting profesor of theory in the Department of Anthropology at Rice University. As Lecturer he has been teaching at several universities, art spaces and museums in Caracas (Venezuela) and the United States. He has also lived in Caracas, Venezuela, and is now a professor of theory at the ISA, La Habana, Cuba.

 

For an introduction to the context for this publication, see the references to "Artists in Trance" and the Houston workshop course which took place as a convergence of anthropologists and artists in 1997. The publication of the writings of Abdel Hernández has been made possible through sustained collaboration and correspondence with Digital Cultures over the past years. Abdel Hernández now resides in Cuba again and teaches art theory.

 

Workshop outcomes and further research developments in dance technologies continue here

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coordinated by Johannes Birringer

 

 

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