Digital Media and Art: Always Already Complicit?

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, Jan 1, 2007
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What do Manuel Castells, Lev Manovich, Will Wright, Howard Rheingold, Paul Dourish, Christa Sommerer, Margaret Morse, and N. Katherine Hayles have in common? They all create or study digital media artifacts. What else do they have in common? As far as I can see, nothing. Their diverse backgrounds and expertise mirror the diversity of digital media today. Popular writers on new media often tell a story of convergence to some single technological future, but what we are seeing today is a rich diversity of forms of production and critical approaches.

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Bolter, Jay David. Digital Media and Art: Always Already Complicit? no. 1, Criticism, Jan. 2007, https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/criticism/vol49/iss1/5/.
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Bolter, Jay David. “Digital Media and Art: Always Already Complicit?” 49, no. 1 (January 1, 2007). https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/criticism/vol49/iss1/5/.
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Bolter, J. D. (2007). Digital Media and Art: Always Already Complicit? 49(1). https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/criticism/vol49/iss1/5/
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@article{Bolter2007Digital, number = {1}, publisher = {Criticism}, title = {Digital Media and Art: Always Already Complicit?}, url = {https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/criticism/vol49/iss1/5/}, volume = {49}, author = {Bolter, Jay David}, date = {2007-01-01}, year = {2007}, month = {1}, day = {1}, }