Digital Currents: Art in the Electronic Age

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Index

a
010101:
Art in Technological Times (exhibition 2001) 308
AARON 180 -1, 180
Abe, Shuya 104 -5
About Face (exhibition) 190 -1
Abstract Expressionism 6 , 49 - 50 , 52 , 56
abstraction 89 ;
Constructivists 39 - 40 ;
Machine Age 36 -8;
modernism 49 - 50 ;
photography 5 - 6 , 33 -4
access 120 -4, 213 , 247 -51, 265
Acconci, Vito 99 , 100,108
ACEN see Art Com Electronic Network
Adams, Dennis 85
ada'web 246
advertising style used by artists 110 , 111 , 187
agency, Internet 226 -7, 229 , 238 -9, 242 , 247 , 258 , 260
Ahtila, Eija Liisa 13,304
Aitken, Doug 144
Akerman, Chantal 147,287 -8
Albers, Josef 42 , 50
Algarotti, Count Francesco 19
Almy, Max 126
Alpers, Svetlana 15 - 16
Amacher, Mary Ann 205
Anderson, Laurie 125 ;
Good Morning Mr. Orwell234 ;
Green Room261 ;
0 Superman125 , 126;
Sharkey's Day125 ;
Stories from the Nerve Bible270 -1, 271,272
androids 301 -3
animation, computer 177 , 178 -9
anonymity 83 -4, 240 -1
Ant Farm Collective 116
Apollinaire, Guillaume 46
apperception 113 -14
appropriation 76 , 78 , 80 , 124 -5
architecture 6 , 62 -5
Aristotle 16 - 17 , 17 , 159 -60, 272
Art Com Electronic Network (ACEN) 235
Art and Global Media (exhibition 1999-2002) 308 -10
Art and Technology (exhibition 1971) 70 -3, 175
Artaud, Antonin 50
artificial intelligence 179 , 180 -1, 180
ArTisTheater Performance Archive 244
artists:
collaboration with scientists and engineers 67 , 69 - 73 , 105 , 173 -6, 285 -6, 293 - 301 ;
education in new technology 285 ;
narrative film 303 -4;
role 282 -5;
worldview 272 -3
artists' books 86 , 187 -9
Ascott, Roy 220 , 229 -32, 230 , 231 , 231
Ashley, Robert 127 -8, 127
Atlas, Charles 124
aura 2 , 4 - 5 , 23 -5, 34 , 74
authenticity 24 -5, 154 -5, 159 -60, 258

b
Baldessari, John 66
Balla, Giacomo 39

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vi
  • Foreword xiii
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xvi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One - Sources 11
  • 1 - Vision, Representation, and Invention 13
  • 2 - The Machine Age and Modernism 36
  • 3 - The Electronic Era and Postmodernism 62
  • Part Two - Media 91
  • 4 - Video as Time, Space, Motion 93
  • 5 - Art in the Age of Digital Simulation 152
  • 6 - Art as Interactive Communications: Networking Global Culture 220
  • 7 - Transaesthetics 270
  • Glossary 316
  • Select Bibliography 323
  • Index 333
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