The ‘Digitale Salon’ of the HIIG and DRadio Wissen focuses on the literary heritage of great writers and writing on the Internet as a cultural space nowadays. The writing practice online in the form of blogs are a dynamic part of our present and offers cross-genre and multimedia approaches.
We want to know: Are algorithms the new authors of calculated literature? And what about the literary landscape in times of Amazon and co.? How can we tell writing and text narratives in a new way and what is world literature?
Katja Weber of DRadio Wissen talked about this topic with:
Dirk von Gehlen, author and journalist, Süddeutsche Zeitung
Stephan Porombka, Universität der Künste [University of the Arts]
Nikola Richter, author and founder, Digitalverlag mikrotext
The topic was introduced by Cornelius Puschmann, associated researcher in the area of Open Science at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society.
Analog ue| Ocelot, not just another bookstore | pretzels & wine | admission starts at 6:30 p.m.
Digital | #DigSal | Livestream on www.hiig.de
Radio | Every third Sunday of the month at 6:05 p.m. at the lecture hall on DRadio Wissen.
Every last Wednesday of the month we invite guests to discuss the ‘questions on a networked presence.’ In our discussion series we look at Internet phenomena, discuss the advantage and disadvantages of technical transformations and offer food for thought. Communicate your opinion with us before, during and after the programme directly on our website, on social media or by postcard. The ‘Digital Salon’ is a co-operation between DRadio Wissen and the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. It is produced by Kooperative Berlin.