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DARC (Digital Aesthetics Research Centre), Aarhus University, Dept. of Aesthetics and Communication, Helsingforsgade 14
8200 Aarhus
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APRJA is an open-access research journal that addresses the ever-shifting thematic frameworks of digital culture. APRJA stands for “A Peer-Reviewed Journal About” and invites the addition of a research topic to address what is considered to be key aspects of contemporary digital art and culture (and thereby complete each journal title). We take a particular interest in software studies, media archaeology, platform politics, interface criticism, computational culture and artistic research.

As an open-access research journal, APRJA is freely available without charge to the user and his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link to the full text of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission to authors or the publisher (under a creative commons license).

APRJA seeks to publish new research that promotes a culture based on sharing, open distribution and the on-going exchange of ideas, but without losing sight of rigorous academic conventions of peer-reviewed publication. All submissions are anonymised and distributed to independent qualified experts via our advisory board and our extended networks.*

APRJA believes that research remains a powerful force in shaping our understanding of the world and the institutions through which we operate. APRJA has an ongoing collaboration with transmediale – festival for art and digital culture berlin and thereby places an emphasis on the work of researchers working both within and outside the academy. The festival themes act as a point of departure for each journal issue.

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