An overview of advanced technological art sectors and artists, including an account of relationship between technological and aesthetic factors. Justifies the various practices of laser, holographic, video, computer and telecommunication art (arts of the electronic age) as a recognizable global phenomenon.
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Onsite

author

Frank POPPER

Location code REF.POF
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

1997

No of pages

192

ISBN / ISSN

0500279187

No of copies

2

Content type

monograph

Chapter headings
The Roots of Electronic Art
Laser and Holographic Art
Video Art
Computer Art
Communication Art
Art, Nature and Science
Social and Aesthetic Implications of the Art of the Electronic Age
Art of the Electronic Age
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Art of the Electronic Age

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