Room-sized installation of pickups, plants with computer-managed systems that manage fog and light to sustain plants.
Title translation: “Digital Art - How Technology Comes to the Art World”
Since the 1990s, new artistic forms have appeared, all based on the use of digital technologies: computer generated images, interactive devices, multi and hypermedia, networked art... This phenomenon is gaining ground in contemporary arts in general, and photography, cinema, video and live shows are increasingly using these technologies, revitalizing and transforming on contact.
The authors of this book retrace the history of digital art, draw a global panorama and identify new trends. They also analyze the reasons which kept him away from the “official” artistic field and underline what makes rupture and continuity with the objects, functions, supports and previous territories of art. How is digital art the art of hybridization par excellence? What profound upheavals are digital technologies introducing into the modes of production, distribution and conservation of works, in the art market, and in the underground but crucial relationship which is now established between art and science? How to envisage the relationships between art, culture and technology in the age of globalized digital industries?
— Source: back cover blurb, translated from French with DeepL
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