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Futures Past : Thirty Years of Arts Computing.

Futures Past : Thirty Years of Arts Computing.

Author: Trish Cashen; Hazel Gardiner; Anna Bentkowksa-Kafel
Publisher: Bristol : Intellect Chicago : Chicago Distribution Center [distributor] April 2008
Series: Computers and the History of Art Ser.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Trish Cashen; Hazel Gardiner; Anna Bentkowksa-Kafel
ISBN: 9781841501680 1841501689
OCLC Number: 697660702
Target Audience: Trade
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Part One: 'Experimental Interaction, Chapter 1: 'Painting Digital, Letting Go' - Page 5 - James Faure Walker Chapter 2: 'Microanalysis as a Means to Mediate Digital Arts' - Page 13 - Matthias Weiss Chapter 3: 'Indexed Lights' - Page 25 - Pierre R. Auborion Part Two: 'Educating with Computers, Chapter 4: 'A Computer in the Art Room' - Page 31 - Catherine Mason Chapter 5: 'Learning Resources for Teaching History of Art in Higher Education' - Page 43 - Jutta Vinaent Part Three: 'Projects and Archives: Histories and Resurgence, Chapter 6: 'Sourcing the Index: Iconography and it Debt to Photography' - Page 55 - Colum Hourihane Chapter 7: 'The Medium was the Method: Photography and Iconography at the Index of Christian Art' - Page 63 - Andrew E. Hershberger Chapter 8: 'The Good, The Bad and the Accessible: Thirty Years of Using New Technologies in BIAD Archives' - Page 77 - Sian Everitt Part Four: 'Online Information: Looking Back and Looking Forward, Chapter 9: 'Object Information at the Victoria and Albert Museum: Successes and Failures in Web Delivery' - Page 87 - Melanie Rowntree Chapter 10: 'This is the Modern World: Collaborating with ARTstor' - Page 103 - Vickie O'Riordan Chapter 11: 'Towards a Semantic Web: The Role of Ontologies in the Literary Domain' - Page 109 - Luciani Bordoni
Series Title: Computers and the History of Art Ser.


Reflects upon the unprecedented ways in which digital media have been transforming art practice, study and education. This work covers a wide range of issues, arguing for a more profound  Read more...


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"This collection is a worthy edition to any art history, digital art, or teaching practice collection." - Brett Aggersberg, The Higher Education Academy website "Futures Past clarifies part of what Read more...

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