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Permanent flux : past, present and future of multimedia art according to Laurie Anderson, Frans Evers, Paul Garrin and Siegfried Zielinski

Author: Laurie AndersonPaul GarrinFrans EversSiegfried ZielinskiYariv AlterFinAll authors
Publisher: Amsterdam, Netherlands : De Balie, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : CD for computer : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Four multimedia insiders render their perspective on past, present and future of multimedia art. Each of them starts from a favourite and crucial episode from its history. Their lectures, spoken in front of a live audience, are supported by soundfragments, radiobroadcasts, absolute film, technotrance clips and many other examples and highlights. From the musical and theatrical innovations between 1850 and 1917 ...  Read more...
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Named Person: Laurie Anderson; Paul Garrin; Frans Evers; Siegfried Zielinski
Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Laurie Anderson; Paul Garrin; Frans Evers; Siegfried Zielinski; Yariv AlterFin; Marjolijn Ruyg; Bastiaan Lips; De Balie (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
ISBN: 9066172207 9789066172203
OCLC Number: 44168455
Notes: Title from case.
Description: 1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: System requirements for Windows-PC: Pentium, 133 Mhz, 16 Mb RAM; Monitor 256 colors (8 bits); 800 x 600 screen resolution; soundblaster compatible sound card; speakers, 8 speed CD-RAM drive; Windows 95 or later, Windows NT.; System requirements for Power Mac: Power PC 604, 120 Mhz, 16 Mb RAM; Monitor 256 colors (8 bits) 800 x 600 screenresolution; speakers; 8 speed CD-ROM drive; Mac OS 7.5 of Mac OS 8.X.
Other Titles: Past, present and future of multimedia art
Permanentflux
Responsibility: graphic & interaction design [by] Yariv AlterFin and Marjolijn Ruyg ; [edited by] Bastiaan Lips.

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"Four multimedia insiders render their perspective on past, present and future of multimedia art. Each of them starts from a favourite and crucial episode from its history. Their lectures, spoken in front of a live audience, are supported by soundfragments, radiobroadcasts, absolute film, technotrance clips and many other examples and highlights. From the musical and theatrical innovations between 1850 and 1917 ... to Laurie Anderson talking about her own performances and computer-art in the nineties: Permanent Flux offers a wide range of perspectives on the various explorations of multimedia artists during the last century. It also shows what has remained the same and what, for instance, links Wagners 'Gesamtkunstwerke' to the Video-jockeys of the late nineties: the desire for new worlds, new ways of expression and experience"--Case.

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