Editions Centre Pompidou

Coder le monde | Exhibition catalogue


In the digital age, the code is at the heart of our daily lives, changing our relationship with the world and with others. "Coding the World" presents a state of contemporary digital creation in different disciplines.

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Revisiting the history of digital code and the way artists have taken hold of it since the advent of the computer in the 1960s, this book reveals a common aesthetic and critical universe that questions our daily lives, which are entirely irrigated by digital logic. Artists, musicians, writers, architects and creators from all disciplines have been the prescribers and inventors of an alternative approach to code. Structured around six timelines (Number, Codes, Programs; Algorists, Literature; Architecture and Design; Body, Code; Music), this book reveals multiple correspondences in the logic of creation and offers a global readability of what constitutes today a digital culture.

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Under the direction of Frédéric Migayrou
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
19,5 x 24,5 cm
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