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Media Art History
Platform, conference series and archive for the Histories of Media Art discusses the history of media art within the interdisciplinary and intercultural contexts of the histories of art.
A critical history of new media art in the Netherlands
Well, there has certainly been a heck of a lot of it.
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.
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.
New Media’s Presentness and the Question of History: Craigie Horsfield’s Broadway Installation
Ross proposes that Horsfield’s work is an original contribution to examine the apparent incompatibility between new media art’s presentist inclination and the sense of history.
New Media Precursor: Roy Ascott
Know of the visionary artist who anticipated as early as the 1960s the internet and interactive network exchanges as now found in social media?
New Media Precursor: Yoichiro Kawaguchi
In the 1980s, he was the first to build three-dimensional computer-generated images with algorithms: meet Yoichiro Kawaguchi.
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.
Historicizing Art And Technology: Forging A Method And Firing A Canon
Shanken investigates why there is no comprehensive technological history of art, as there are histories of art with other angles.
Beyond the Janus-Faced Typologies of Art and Technology
“Given how often art made with computers is still dismissed as unfeeling, automatic, random, inhuman, I start by examining generative art to suggest its surge of popularity speaks to some important aspects of our contemporary.”