Digital Art by Christiane PaulDigital technology has revolutionized the way we produce and experience art today. Not only have traditional forms of art such as printing, painting, photography and sculpture been transformed by digital techniques and media, but entirely new forms such as net art, software art, digital installation and virtual reality have emerged as recognized artistic practices, collected by major museums, institutions and private collectors the world over. Here Christiane Paul surveys the developments in digital art from its appearance in the early 1990s right up to the present day, and looks ahead to what the future may hold. Drawing a distinction between work that uses digital technology as a tool to produce traditional forms and work that uses it as a medium to create new types of art, she discusses all the key artists and works. The book explores themes addressed and raised by the art, such as viewer interaction, artificial life and intelligence, political and social activism, networks and telepresence, as well as issues such as the collection, presentation and preservation of digital art, the virtual museum, and ownership and copyright.
Christiane Paul - Digital Art
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She has written extensively on new media arts and lectured internationally on art and technology. Future Histories: Preservation Strategies for Net-based Art A Case Study Preserving early net art is now a major concern for the institutions and organizations in the media art world that started supporting and archiving net art in its early years. The project allows online visitors to contribute to an endlessly continuing sentence that takes the form of a series of html pages and raises interesting questions. Since the website was created in HTML in , it looks rather unformatted, with uneven layout and fonts. At a certain point, large sections of The Sentence appear garbled, displaying illegible foreign character sets.