Interaction: Artistic Practice in the Network

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"Interaction is a passionate debate among an international groups of artists, scholars, critics, architects, students, technicians, and curators. Their subject is the vast transformations wrought by the Internet, especially their implications for artistic practices. They come from Russia, Brazil, Yugoslavia, United States, India, Japan, South Africa, Canada, Australia, Berlin, Mexico, and beyond; their connection is made in this most transitory of landscapes - an online forum that has forged new kinds of communities, discourses, and intimacy."
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"Interaction is a passionate debate among an international groups of artists, scholars, critics, architects, students, technicians, and curators. Their subject is the vast transformations wrought by the Internet, especially their implications for artistic practices. They come from Russia, Brazil, Yugoslavia, United States, India, Japan, South Africa, Canada, Australia, Berlin, Mexico, and beyond; their connection is made in this most transitory of landscapes - an online forum that has forged new kinds of communities, discourses, and intimacy." "Here are essays and digitally designed art projects that elaborate on the new kinds of cultural identifications that are facilitated by the Internet; the relationship between art and activism and the new kinds of action that the Net enables; the poetics of online communication; the relevance of the museum and the new types of institutions that we need in this digital world; the relations between bodies, information systems, and urban realities. What emerges is an unequivocal assertion of the relevance of artistic practices at this moment in time, as we witness the corporate invasion of the Web, when new critical strategies need to be developed within market systems and the question of civil space must be situated across another private/public divide."--BOOK JACKET.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781891024245
  • Publisher: D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/15/2001
  • Pages: 168
  • Product dimensions: 5.97 (w) x 7.92 (h) x 0.41 (d)

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