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Tender Digitality

Tender Digitality

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In an aesthetically oriented exploration developed at the Zurich University of the Arts, the concept known as Tender Digitality intricately weaves together binary systems, setting them into motion. Responding to human desires for sensuality, interpersonal connection, intuition, and well-being within digital realms, this concept endeavors to (re)transmit these experiences into the tangible world of a book, forging its own unique vocabularies.

Within the pages of this publication, readers are invited to embark on a journey through the multifaceted perspectives of "tender digitality," encouraging them to explore various manifestations and develop their own interpretations. Assuming the role of researchers, they uncover phenomena of remarkable beauty or peculiarity spanning across analog and digital domains, as well as social and technological spheres. Through this process of exploration, learning, and the cultivation of "tender digitality," readers are encouraged to envision a community where individuals and artificial intelligences, avatars and cyborgs, humans and computers coexist in digital landscapes with agency, intuition, and sensitivity.

This book features contributions by a diverse array of authors, including Charlotte Axelsson, Oliver Bendel, Dana Blume, Marisa Burn, Alexander Damianisch, La Ermuth, Hannah Eler, Barbara Getto, Leoni Hof, Marcial Koch, Mela Kocher, Friederike Lampert, Gunter Lsel, Francis Mller, Marie-France Rafael, Oliver Ruf, Sascha Schneider, and Grit Wolany.

Published by Slanted Publishers, edited by Charlotte Axelsson, and designed by Slanted Publishers, this hardcover publication measures 12 _ 19 cm and spans 122 pages.
It boasts a metallic iridescent cover material, offset printing, and full-color illustrations.

The paper used is 120 gsm (Cover) / Juwel Offset, 120 gsm (Inside), Majestic Chameleon light blue, with an ISBN of 978-3-948440-69-5.
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