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- n. The quality of being digital.
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Most of the work here, however, owes something to digitality, is computer generated or designed; was born or lives in a network.
The idea of 'digitality' is something I'm going to have to explore further!
From art history to cultural theory via daily practices of common sense, such denotations seem to stand firm through a large part of contemporary social phenomena, which inevitably involve and develop into discourses on technologisation and digitality.
Bogusky, and Doug Jaeger, President, Art Directors Club New York, will be discussing the role of digitality in the field of creation.
I suspect that your character and extensive graphic abilities have overcome the ipod's digitality.
And I am also telling you that all of this “digitality” doesn’t necessarily warm the cockles whatever those are of my technologically challenged heart.