“I see the art space as having a unique role to play in society today, particularly in providing a sort of safe space for the cultivation of new social and cultural practices which are needed to confront the challenges of our age.”
Baruch Gottlieb is a Canada-born media artist, researcher, and curator. He currently teaches Philosophy of Digital Art at the Berlin University of the Arts and Data Epistemology at the Technical University of Brandenburg. Gottlieb has been working closely with DISNOVATION.ORG since he collaborated on the project Online Culture Wars (2018-19). He is also a member of the Telekommunisten and Arts & Economic Group artist collectives. His books include A Political Economy of the Smallest Things (ATROPOS 2016) and Digital Materialism (Emerald 2018).