By Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Trish Cashen, Hazel Gardiner
Digital visible tradition presents the newest study into the connection among thought and perform throughout electronic media and know-how within the visible arts and investigates the demanding situations of latest learn and artwork curation, really in regard to new media works of art. The individuals to this quantity talk about the influence of technological advances on visible artwork and the recent artwork practices which are constructing consequently. Many features of recent interdisciplinary and collaborative practices are thought of, reminiscent of web paintings and worldwide locative environments, , and installations which are themselves functionality, or video games that regularly occur at the same time on-line and in fact. Digital visible tradition is a massive addition to the continued dialogue surrounding postmodern paintings perform in paintings and electronic media.
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There is no doubt that the game creates a high degree of interactivity, but making this aesthetically sophisticated is not so easy. We will argue that whereas traditional fine art has almost exclusively avoided this zone of inquiry new media art has been successful in creating game-like interactivity that is elegant and sophisticated. Second, there is physical interactivity which can be as simple as using a mouse to interact with online art, or which can become phenomenologically embodied when more sophisticated sensors are deployed in a gallery environment.
Just as the act of perceiving is bound to a physical location, so the physical interaction between the artwork and its maker must have a location of some sort, somewhere within the heterotopia of intersecting virtual and physical spaces. Invisible Work 37 Where then could the creative space of the new media artist be located? com) told me about the process of making a collaborative piece. While she was in Amsterdam and her collaborator in New York, they would work in the ‘natural’ shifts dictated by the time difference, and send their work back and forth to one another via the Internet.
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Digital Visual Culture: Theory and Practice (Intellect Books - Computers and the History of Art) by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Trish Cashen, Hazel Gardiner