Live multimedia performance for string quartet, electronic music and panoramic visuals, based on the concept of “graphic sonification”.
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Sound Art’s roots can be found in the experimental work of Italian Futurism, Dada, and later the Fluxus group and the pioneering efforts of the American composer and artist John Cage.
“Internet Art” shows how artists have employed online technologies to engage with the traditions of art history, to create new forms of art, and to move into fields of activity normally beyond the artistic realm.
The authors of this book retrace the history of digital art, draw a global panorama and identify new trends.
New Media Art
This book addresses New Media art as a specific art historical movement, focusing not only on technologies and forms but also on thematic content and conceptual strategies.
Expanded Internet Art
“Expanded Internet Art” is the first comprehensive art historical study of “expanded” internet art practices.
Paul surveys the developments in digital art from its appearance in the 1980s to the present day and looks ahead to what the future may hold.
Making Art Work
The creative collaborations of engineers, artists, scientists, and curators over the past fifty years.
New Media in Art
This pioneering book discusses the most influential artists internationally and those seminal works that have radically transformed the map of world art.
A Computer in the Art Room
Based on four years of research and numerous interviews with practitioners, this book uncovers the little known history of early British computer art.
Fifty Years of Immersive Art
McCray explores how immersive art differs from other art forms that produce art objects.