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Issue #32: Art and Digital Life 🌐

The Hypercritic Weekly Newsletter
Dear Hypercritic,
In this week’s issue, we have let us inspired by one of the most debated topics of the last few days:
the metaverse, a space suspended between the physical and the virtual world, shaping freedom and relationships, with its downfalls and risks, but also the many opportunities for new artistic experiences.
Many artists have already explored the digital age: here you have a roundup of their work, taken from the Hypercritic collection.
What will be the next digital step? 

A digital and hyperconnected word
Sense8 | A celebration of human connectedness
Years and Years | A timely representation of today's reality
Technologies shaping freedom and rights
Devs | Alex Garland's outlook on godlike tech companies
1984 | Big Brother is watching you
Jon Rafman's 9eyes addresses the issue of privacy
Selfie | Meaning (and connection) cravings
The Possibility of An Army |The digital space as a battlefield
When digital technology enhances the artistic experience
Milk and Honey | The revolution of Instapoets
The Nativity | Art comes alive with new technologies
➡️ EXPERIENCE plays with digital space perception
I Disagree | Poppy's bizarre musical Frankenstein
READY PLAYER ONE - Official Trailer
Digital and analog meet in a set of new experiences
Elephant | A coalescence of beautiful influences
The Atelier des Lumières | When Dalí’s imagination moves to Pink Floyd’s rhythm
Brain Damage
With this evergreen song, we wish you a fantastic weekend in the physical or virtual world. ✨
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