Piotr Zawojski

Piotr Zawojski
University of Silesia in Katowice · Institute of Culture Studies

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Prof. dr hab. Piotr Zawojski (PhD, DSc), Institute of Culture Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Silesia.

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Introduction
Professor Piotr Zawojski, Institute of Culture Studies, University Of Silesia in Katowice, Poland. He also work at Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow in the Department of Intermedia. His research interest focus on the theory of photography, film & cinema, new media art, digital arts, cyberculture and technoculture. piotr.zawojski@us.edu.pl; https://silesian.academia.edu/piotrzawojski; www.zawojski.com

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Publications (11)
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Text was published in: „CyberEmpathy. Visual and Media Studies Academic Journal” 2014, no 9.
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Text was published in: „Art Inquiry” vol. X (XIX).”Virtual Art/Virtual Domains of Art”. Ed. Ryszard W. Kluszczyński. Łódź 2008.
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Tekst był publikowany w: Punkty widzenia II. Pohledy II. Strategie autorskie w czeskim i polskim teatrze i filmie. Red. T. Lazorčákova, E. Wąchocka. Katowice 2004.
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In his diverse works, David Hockney has used, and still uses, various media, which in some periods of his activity gained leading significance, while in the following they were abandoned or temporarily abandoned. But no matter what medium in the given period was the main form of creativity, the focus of his interest has always been the issue of ima...
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Tekst był publikowany w: „Przegląd Kulturoznawczy” 2020, nr 1 (43), s. 122-132.
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Biotechnology delineates today's framework of reflection on technoculture in a time of postdigital and postnetwork society, while decline of the cognitive capacity of the new media categories requires a search for other concepts enabling a description and interpretation of the condition of contemporary technoculture and its artistic manifestations....
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The book presents the research on cultural and communication aspects of the McLuhan legacy seen from the perspective of the epoch of new media - connected intelligence, Web 2.0, social networking, cyber arts, virtual worlds and communities, grassroot design and communication practices. First part consists of six lectures by prof. Derrick de Kerckho...
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The article deals with the issue of hybrid nature of digital photography, which a model way meets the criteria presented by Lev Manovich in the context of description of new media. The author depicts the theoretical horizon of the reflections on aesthetics and artistic consequences of the breakthrough caused by digital photography and adoption of n...