The Artbox Digital network
Created in Africa, the Artbox Digital network seeks to forge links between Africa and Latin America, with the aim of fostering reflection on current artistic practices in the Global South and proposing new dialogues with the globalized world.
More than an event, Artbox Digital is an international network of multidisciplinary professionals interested in contemporary creation and in the exploration of new aesthetics that emanate from the technological revolution of the 21st century.
Digital ArtBox 2019 call closed
Two residences of creation at the Fakugesi Festival (Johannesburg – South Africa)
What is Artbox Digital?
Artbox Digital is an international network of multidisciplinary professionals, interested in contemporary creation and in the exploration of new aesthetics that arise from digital media.
In order to create collaborative dynamics and building the global south network, ArtBox Digital seeks to weave links between Africa and Latin America.
Through this network, Trias Culture and its partners have the ambition to create a space for dialogue, reflection and the production of knowledge about local artistic practices derived from current technologies, from enunciation places clearly demarcated geopolitically. A vital process so that new dialogues in a globalized world are possible.
Connecting digital regionalisms from Africa and Latin America
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News and events
El premio ArtBox Digital 2019 destinado a artistas de la capital colombiana, ha sido otorgado a Ana Maria Baquero por su proyecto “El rebusque”.
Led by a group of artists and arts professionals, Artepoli is an interesting editorial initiative that informs about international cultural news. Faithful to its mission of “Being a spokesperson for artists’ creative work and a window to new trends”, Artepoli…
This December the South African artist Nathan Gates – winner Africa ArtBox 2017 – shared with the public Dakar his project developed during his artistic residency in Plataforma Bogota the months of April and May. With two conferences that took…