Historicizing Art And Technology: Forging A Method And Firing A Canon

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Media Art History

January 1, 2007

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Although there has been important scholarship on art and technology, there is no comprehensive technological history of art, as there are feminist and Marxist histories of art, for example. What similarities and differences, continuities and discontinuities, can be mapped onto the use of technology for artistic purposes throughout the history of art? Why are there periods of fervent activity and others of apparent dormancy?

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Shanken, Edward A. “Historicizing Art And Technology: Forging A Method And Firing A Canon.” Media Art History, 1 Jan. 2007, http://www.mediaarthistory.org/refresh/Programmatic%20key%20texts/pdfs/Shanken.pdf.
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Shanken, Edward A. “Historicizing Art And Technology: Forging A Method And Firing A Canon.” Media Art History, January 1, 2007. http://www.mediaarthistory.org/refresh/Programmatic%20key%20texts/pdfs/Shanken.pdf.
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Shanken, E. A. (2007, January 1). Historicizing Art And Technology: Forging A Method And Firing A Canon. Media Art History. http://www.mediaarthistory.org/refresh/Programmatic%20key%20texts/pdfs/Shanken.pdf
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@misc{Shanken2007Historicizing, author = {Shanken, Edward A.}, year = {2007}, month = {jan 1}, title = {Historicizing {Art} {And} {Technology}: Forging {A} {Method} {And} {Firing} {A} {Canon}}, howpublished = {http://www.mediaarthistory.org/refresh/Programmatic%20key%20texts/pdfs/Shanken.pdf}, }