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Digital Currents: Art in the Electronic Age

by Margot Lovejoy

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0415307813, Paperback)

Digital Currents explores the growing impact of digital technologies on aesthetic experience and examines the major changes taking place in the role of the artist as social communicator.

Margot Lovejoy recounts the early histories of electronic media for art making - video, computer, the internet - in this richly illustrated book. She provides a context for the works of major artists in each media, describes their projects, and discusses the issues and theoretical implications of each to create a foundation for understanding this developing field.

Digital Currents fills a major gap in our understanding of the relationship between art and technology, and the exciting new cultural conditions we are experiencing. It will be ideal reading for students taking courses in digital art, and also for anyone seeking to understand these new creative forms.

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"Digital Currents explores the impact of video and digital technologies on visual culture and artistic practice and examines the revolutionary changes taking place in the role of the artist as social communicator."--BOOK JACKET.

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