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White heat cold logic : British computer art 1960-1980

著者: Paul Brown; et al
出版商: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2008.
丛书: Leonardo books.
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"In this heroic period of computer art, artists were required to build their own machines, collaborate closely with computer scientists, and learn difficult computer languages. White Heat Cold Logic's chapters, many written by computer art pioneers themselves, describe the influence of cybernetics, with its emphasis on process and interactivity; the connections to the constructivist movement; and the importance of  再读一些...
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附加的形体格式: Online version:
White heat cold logic.
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2008
(OCoLC)609150385
材料类型: 互联网资源
文件类型: 书, 互联网资源
所有的著者/提供者: Paul Brown; et al
ISBN: 9780262026536 0262026538
OCLC号码: 216938373
描述: x, 450 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
内容: Introduction / Charlie Gere --
Creative cybernetics ; the emergence of an art based on interaction, process, and system / Roy Ascott --
Transmitting art triggers : the early interactive work of Stephen Willats / Adrian Glew --
Interactive architecture / John Hamilton Fraser --
"Aesthetically potent environments," or how Gordon Pask detourned instrumental cybernetics / María Fernández --
In the beginning--
/ Jasia Reichardt --
Cybernetic serendipity revisited / Brent MacGregor --
The technologies of Edward Ihnatowicz / Aleksandar Zivanovic --
Forty is a dangerous age : a memoir of Edward Ihnatowicz / Richard Ihnatowicz --
From system to software : computer programming and the death of constructivist art / Richard Wright --
Reconfiguring / Harold Cohen --
Reconstruction / Tony Longson --
Technological kindergarten : Gustav Metzger and early computer art / Simon Ford --
Patterns in context / Alan Sutcliffe --
Bridging computing in the arts and software development / George Mallen --
Two cultures : computer art and the science museum / Doron D. Swade --
Never the same again / Malcolm Le Grice --
Which art in heaven / Stan Hayward --
The routes toward British computer arts : the role of cultural institutions in the pioneering period / Catherine Mason --
From machine to metaphor : artists and computers at Chelsea School of Art, 1960-1980 / Stephen Bury --
From systems art to artificial life : early generative art at the Slade School of Fine Art / Paul Brown --
Connections : a personal history of computer art making from 1971 to 1981 / Stephen A.R. Scrivener --
My first brush with computer graphics / Stephen Bell --
Conceptual art, language, diagrams, and indexes / Graham Howard --
Constructive computation / Ernest Edmonds --
PICASO at Middlesex Polytechnic / John Vince --
From 0 to 1 : art made between the times of having and not having a computer / Brian Reffin Smith --
The aftermath of early computer art : a painter's odyssey / Jeremy Gardiner --
The ironic heirs to serendipity : British new media art, 1980s to now / Beryl Graham.
丛书名: Leonardo books.
责任: edited by Paul Brown ... [et al.].
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