IMPAKT TV #12: Linda Hilfling Ritasdatter
Location: IMPAKT TV online
Artist Linda Hilfling Ritasdatter will join us at the studio to discuss the philosophical and ethical frameworks of how we think about the conservation of software-based art.
The episode is hosted by Rosa Wevers
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Linda Hilfling Ritasdatter― Artist
Linda Hilfling Ritasdatter (Denmark) is an artist researcher examining the cultural impact of media and technological development as it manifests itself in asymmetric power structures. Linda’s practice takes the form of interventions reflecting upon or revealing hidden gaps within digital infrastructures — the place where a system fails, and its inadequacies become visible. Her methodology is based on extensive research and field work which e.g. encounters outsourced work and educational forces as well as engaging materials such as programming languages and outmoded technical apparatuses. Linda is currently based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Arts and Communication at Malmö University, and an external lecturer in Design+Change at the Department of Design, Linnaeus University in Växjö, Sweden.