Africa is changing and digitization is playing a pivotal role in it. Throughout the whole continent, digital practices are emerging which radically transform African societies and their worldwide perception. However, digital infrastructures remain marked by local and global asymmetries despite the widespread use of mobile phones. Over the course of two years and in three African and European cities, the interdisciplinary exhibition and research project Digital Imaginaries took this contradictory diversity of digital phenomena as its starting point in order to explore possible digital futures in Africa.
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Oulimata Gueye, Julien McHardy, Richard Rottenburg, Philipp Ziegler for ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Afropixel / Kër Thiossane Dakar, Fak’ugesi / Wits Art Museum Johannesburg
Bethlehem Anteneh, Younes Baba-Ali / Aude Tournaye, Tegan Bristow, Mehdi Derfoufi, Mamadou Diallo / Judith Rottenburg, Sunny Dolat / Njoki Ngumi (The Nest Collective), Oulimata Gueye, Thomas Hervé, Francois Knoetze, Sénamé Koffi Agbodjinou / Manuel Bürger, Bettina Korintenberg, Siri Lamoureaux / Enrico Ille / Amal Fadlalla / Timm Sureau, Achille Mbembe, Maurice Mbikayi, Julien McHardy, Christopher McMichael, Marcus Neustetter / Mwenya Kabwe, Nanjala Nyabola, DK Osseo-Asare / Yasmine Abbas, Tabita Rezaire, Richard Rottenburg, Daniel Sciboz, Joseph Tonda, Michel Wahome, Philipp Ziegler
Manuel Bürger, Berlin
Afropixel#6: Digital Imaginaries: Non-Aligned Utopias, Kër Thiossane, Dakar: February 26 – May 30, 2018 Digital Imaginaries: Premonition, Wits Art Museum (WAM), Johannesburg: July 24 – September 23, 2018 Digital Imaginaries: Competences and Visions for Digitization in Africa, Fak’ugesi African Digital Innovation Festival, Johannesburg: August 18 – 29. September, 2018 Digital Imaginaries: Africas in Production, ZKM, Karlsruhe: November 17, 2018 – March 17, 2019