Blackwell Companions to Art History: A Companion to Digital Art

Editor: Paul, Christiane
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 978-1-11-847520-1
Category: Arts & Leisure - Art & Art History
Image Count: 53
Book Status: Pending
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Table of Contents

Reflecting the dynamic creativity of its subject, this definitive guide spans the evolution, aesthetics, and practice of today's digital art, combining fresh, emerging perspectives with the nuanced insights of leading theorists.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: From Digital to Post-Digital—Evolutions of an Art Form
  • Part 1: Histories of Digital Art
  • The Complex and Multifarious Expressions of Digital Art and Its Impact on Archives and Humanities
  • International Networks of Early Digital Arts
  • Art in the Rear-View Mirror: The Media-Archaeological Tradition in Art
  • Proto-Media Art: Revisiting Japanese Postwar Avant-garde Art
  • Generative Art Theory
  • Digital Art at the Interface of Technology and Feminism
  • The Hauntology of the Digital Image
  • Participatory Art: Histories and Experiences of Display
  • Network Cultures: The Politics of Digital Art
  • Small Abstract Aesthetics
  • Aesthetics of the Digital
  • Computational Aesthetics
  • Participatory Platforms and the Emergence of Art
  • Interactive Art: Interventions in/to Process
  • The Cultural Work of Public Interactives
  • Network Cultures: The Politics of Digital Art
  • Shockwaves in the New World Order of Information and Communication
  • Critical Intelligence in Art and Digital Media
  • The Silver Age of Social Media: and the Avant-Garde of the ’90s
  • Art in the Corporatized Sphere: The Impact of Commercial Social Media on Online Artistic Practice
  • Artistic Visualization
  • Critical Play: The Productive Paradox
  • Digital Art and the Institution
  • Contemporary Art and New Media: Digital Divide or Hybrid Discourse?
  • One of Us!: On the Coupling of New Media Art and Art Institutions
  • The Digital Arts In and Out of the Institution—Where to Now?
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Handling Digital Art
  • Trusting Amateurs with Our Future
  • Enabling the Future, or How to Survive FOREVER
  • Exhibition Histories and Futures: The Importance of Participation and Audiences