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Steina: 1970-2000 by Steve Dietz
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Steina: 1970-2000

by Steve Dietz

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0976449277, Hardcover)

Published on the occasion of the long overdue first retrospective of the Icelandic-born, Santa Fe-based New Media art pioneer, Steina, this monograph is one of the only substantial publications to recognize a female artist's contribution to the field. Over the course of her 30-year career, Steina has expanded the boundaries of video technology and electronic imaging through experimentation and play that deftly merge electrical engineering and musical composition into an unprecedented visual aesthetic. This volume, thoughtfully organized by SITE Santa Fe, comes complete with more than 80 color reproductions and a series of critical essays that significantly enhance the scant existing scholarship on this iconic artist. In addition, it includes the first published interview--an instantly classic text for scholars, artists and anyone interested in video and installation art--between Steina and Media Arts theorist Gene Youngblood.

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