Independent curator, art critic and professor, Dominique Moulon studied visual art at the Fine Art School (ENSA) in Bourges and holds a PhD in Arts and Sciences of the Art. Member of IKT (International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art), he has been curator for galleries including Ars Longa, Vanessa Quang, Julio Gonzalez and Plateforme, the art fairs Show Off and Variation, and the art centers Maison Populaire, in Montreuil, and the Cité internationale des arts, in Paris. Since 2015, he has also been associate curator of the Nemo Biennial of the greater Paris. Member of AICA (International Association of Art Critics), he has written numerous articles for exhibition catalogues, collective works, and art magazines. He currently writes for TK-21 review, ArtPress magazine, ArtInTheDigitalAge and coordinates the MoocDigital.paris. He is the author of the books Contemporary New Media Art, Art And Digital Resonating and Art Beyond Digital.
I’ve always been interested in artistic mediums since studying art. This interest progressively brought me to the relationship between art and science. Having spent years tracking artworks in the digital community to write articles and books, I finally decided to focus on digital in contemporary art. Technology, including the Internet, shapes our relationships with the world, others and one’s self. Therefore, studying creations that emerge from their practices or uses allows us to examine most issues in our contemporary society. Gathering such artworks to create a dialogue in exhibitions leads to documenting our time by giving some possible interpretations.
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