Computational Aesthetics in The Practices of Art as Politics

Computational Aesthetics in The Practices of Art as Politics

What is the meaning of defined as the philosophical study of beats and taste? The practices of art as a politic seem quite demanding and challenging this modern era. Because of the interrelated expansion of digital technologies and the intensified commodification of human process. Firstly, the interrelated expansion of digital technology sounds more object-oriented ontology or process-oriented ontology. The willingness of enlarging the digital technology market (here the digital technology refer to the cold stuff such as machine, computer, code and etc.) has entirely focused on the non-human stuff and the process of developing that technology have a possibility to go more new technology further. The process and the data are not separated to each other and these are combined with each other.  Secondly, what is the commodification of human processes? The meaning of human processes refers to human’s common life circumstance such as sleeping, eating, thinking, cleaning and the like. It seems hard to become commodification and profitable. But nowadays, many people have taken part in this notion. For instance, one of my friends she is doing a live show on Youtube and the contents of her live streaming is not really special. Her channel contains lots of human processes like eating delicious food, doing shopping, talking with her cat and even more she just sleeps in the video real-time. The thing is that she earns lots of money through these meaningless videos. But there is a side effect, some youtube users sometimes do retarded and dangerous actions to promote more describes. Also, I can be too, when I am doing my assignment or work, I can provide the whole process of mine and people who are interested in this process, they are willing to pay for that. It is not that difficult as I thought. Through these examples, now I can strongly say human’s common processes can have a power of commodification.

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