How video signal processing emerged as real-time art

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, Jul 30, 2020
Launch of "The Emergence of Video Processing Tools", New Museum, New York, US. Screen capture of the video from Vimeo
Launch of "The Emergence of Video Processing Tools", New Museum, New York, US. Screen capture of the video from Vimeo

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In 2014, Owego, New York’s Signal Culture celebrated the launch of The Emergence of Video Processing Tools: Television Becoming Unglued. It’s a fascinating look into the evolution of video signal as artistic medium – and a nice visual analog (literally) to the parallel worlds of digital and analog signal processing in roughly the same period.

Signal Culture, The Emergence of Video Processing Tools - Book Launch Panel @ New Museum, NYC, 2015

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Kirn, Peter. “How Video Signal Processing Emerged as Real-Time Art.” Create Digital Music (CDM), 30 July 2020, https://cdm.link/2020/07/how-video-signal-processing-emerged-as-real-time-art/.
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Kirn, Peter. “How Video Signal Processing Emerged as Real-Time Art.” Create Digital Music (CDM) (blog), July 30, 2020. https://cdm.link/2020/07/how-video-signal-processing-emerged-as-real-time-art/.
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Kirn, P. (2020, July 30). How video signal processing emerged as real-time art. Create Digital Music (CDM). https://cdm.link/2020/07/how-video-signal-processing-emerged-as-real-time-art/
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@misc{Kirn2020How, journal = {Create Digital Music (CDM)}, title = {How video signal processing emerged as real-time art}, url = {https://cdm.link/2020/07/how-video-signal-processing-emerged-as-real-time-art/}, author = {Kirn, Peter}, date = {2020-07-30}, year = {2020}, month = {7}, day = {30}, }