#48-49 Art & Digital Capitalism

Even if today many of the theories and claims formulated in the Communist Manifesto and Capital have materialized, have become the norm or are understood as necessary in most developed democracies, without necessarily undergoing a proletarian revolution, exploitation, inequity and exclusion, however, are gaining other dimensions, entering the digital globally controlled world by the internet giants, the “Agents of digital capitalism”. Digital Capitalism, a term widely circulated today and analyzed in various publications by a number of authors, not only represent projection of current theoretical positions and philosophical ideas, but also a reality that requires an approach and a deep understanding. The articles included in this issue of the magazine attempt to analyze this theme from an “artistic perspective”.

(Dan Mihălțianu)


Marina Oprea

Marina Oprea (b.1989) lives and works in Bucharest and is the current editor of the online edition of Revista ARTA. She graduated The National University of Fine Arts in Bucharest, with a background i...