Media Art

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Vol. 41, Issue 2, April 2008
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Volume 41, Issue 2 - April 2008

Editorial

Restoring the Continuum - Piero Scaruffi

Extended Abstract

The Destruction of a Nuclear Plant - Marisa González

Transactions

Painting the Internet - John Aycock

Voice Mosaic — Talking to the Web - Martha Carrer Cruz Gabriel

In The Eye of The Beholder: The Perception of Indeterminate Art - Christian Wallraven, Kathrin Kaulard, Cora Kürner, Robert Pepperell

Color Plates

 
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Paperback, 800 pages
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November 2008
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9780262720502
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History
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Theory/Criticism
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Twentieth-century art history is not just a history of individuals, but of collectives, groups. Universities and colleges have had much to do with this through their support of artistic communities and creative interactions. In the 1920s and 1930s, the Bauhaus was known for this. In the 1940s, Black Mountain College became a leader in community-based visual art practice and education. And in the 1970s and 1980s, the Department of Media Study at the State University of New York at Buffalo was the place to be. It was there, in 1973, well before any other university had a program explicitly devoted to media art, that Gerald O'Grady founded a media study program that is now legendary.

 

Gatwick not Schönefeld

Stranded in Horley

Started a riot.

 

Flew in Late

Personal pick-up

Ashram night

Pretty kitties

3 hrs sleep

Got dizzy trying yoga at 5.10 am

Stared at a yantra copy for 30 minutes quid

Continued staring at these ladies.

Transmediale 2010 begins today.

 
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