The 2020 Global Quarantine and the Rise of Digi-Romanticism

Sunday June 14, 1pm EST, 20:00 Israel time, 10am PST

Jonatas & Dana Blickensderfer, Founders of JADA present The 2020 Global Quarantine and the Rise of Digi-Romanticism

An illustrated discussion on the manifold reactions to the search for meaning and deeper content in daily life during confinement, which deprived all of the constant multi-sensorial stimulation of life pre-Covid19 Pandemic.

The global quarantine of 2020 highlighted that social interaction is one of the top human priorities. With near-total physical confinement, an exodus to the digital sphere took place for the continuation of social, intellectual, spiritual, and business interactions. This brought about the rapid rise of a central Metamodern element: Digi-Romanticism.

Defined by JADA as a term that depicts a social paradigm-shift among creatives, whose works contain an emotional appeal that clashes and contrasts with the fast-paced technological ethos in which they exist. Their production is often narrative-based, and aims to reclaim grand-narratives and utopian themes — as a reaction to the search for meaning and deeper content in daily life during confinement, which deprived all of the constant multi-sensorial stimulation of life pre-Covid19 Pandemic.


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Jonatas is a Brazilian-American symbolist artist, academic, public speaker, and published author. Graduated from The University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Latin, American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies, and a Master of Fine Arts  degree from Florida International University.

Dana Blickensderfer is an international visual artist, editor, and entrepreneur. Graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelors degree in Mass Communication, with a focus in Public Relations. She is an alum from the The New York Studio School with a focus in Two-Dimensional Practice. 

www.jadaart.org


This project is organized by the Jewish Art Salon, and co-sponsored by JADA Arts.

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