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New Media / New Art
New Art/New Media is a collective of Canadian artists committed to exploring art as a means of relating to places, people, process, and t...
"Just Art": Contemporary Art After the Art Formerly Known As New Media
Dietz discusses whether or not its valuable to make a distinction between Media Art and Contemporary Art.
What's new about New Media art?
Here are just a few of the stARTup exhibitors who define their work as new media and have shown experimental pieces at the fair.
Diffractive Art Practices: Computation and the Messy Entanglements between Mainstream Contemporary Art, and New Media Art
"We argue for a new term, diffractive art practices, and suggest that such art practices move beyond the bifurcation of NMA and MCA to partially reconfigure the practices between art, computation and humanities."
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.
Subjective Media: A Historic Context for New Media in Art
Media art has become increasingly widespread in academia, while paradoxically its status and legitimacy as a discipline is an on-going problem.
New Media, Art-Science, and Contemporary Art: Towards a Hybrid Discourse?
Shanken explores what professional artists and theorists have to offer that is special in the context where everyone has access to creative digital tools and platforms.
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.
Beyond New Media Art
"Beyond New Media Art" is an attempt to analyze the current positioning of so-called New Media Art in the wider field of contemporary arts.
Media, New Media, Postmedia
An essay that attempts to retrace the historical reasons for the isolation of New Media Art, and explaining why today, in an era now fully postdigital and postmedia, this isolation no longer makes sense to exist.