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Author: Olga Goriunova; Alexei Shulgin
Publisher: Århus, Denmark : Digital Aesthetics Research Centre, University of Aarhus, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Ed. 2004
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"Software art is a practice that regards software as a cultural phenomenon that defines one of the principal domains of our existence today. Thus, software is not regarded as an invisible layer, but rather as a decisive level and a language working at reproduction of certain orders, whether aesthetic, cultural, social or political. Software art creatively questions and redefines software and its ways of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Olga Goriunova; Alexei Shulgin
ISBN: 8798844040 9788798844044
OCLC Number: 225366885
Description: 396 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Software art and cultures --
Conference : papers --
Software art and cultures --
people doing strange things with software / Christian U. Andersen and Soren Pold --
Readm̲e today / Olga Goriunova and Alexei Shulgin --
Digital objects / Matthew Fuller --
No carrier and other stories from Philippine BBS culture / Fatima Lasay --
Made by users : how users improve things, provide innovation and change our idea of culture : problems and perspectives / Mirko Schaefer --
Software art and political implications in algorithms / Pau David Alsina Gonzalez --
A glimpse beyond search engines : "verb thou art, and unto verb shalt thou return" / Christophe Bruno --
The world according to the Web / Douwe Osinga and Ernst Wit --
The sequencer paradigm / Alessandro Ludovico --
A re-declaration of dependence --
software art in a cultural context it can't get out of / Jacob Lillemose --
Mise en Abyme in software art : a comment to Florian Cramer / Troels Degn Johansson --
Coding praxis : reconsidering the aesthetics of code / Geoff Cox, Alex McLean and Adrian Ward --
Readm̲e, runm̲e, executem̲e : software and its discontents, or : it's the performativity of code, stupid! / Inke Arns --
(Mostly WestEastern-European theoretical blabla- ) Lego for a meta-theory of meta-art-forms / Andreas Leo Findeisen --
Code art brutalism : low-level systems and simple programs / Simon Yuill --
Live algorithm programming and a temporary organization for its promotion / Amy Alexander, Nick Collins, Dave Griffiths, Alex McLean, Fredrik Olofsson, Julian Rohrhuber and Adrian Ward --
The software language art / Janez Strehovec --
{Software} structures / Casey Reas --
Super-abstract : software art and a redefinition of abstraction / Brad Borevitz --
An exploration of the visual mind of the software artist / Ewan Steel --
pt. 2. Runme.org software art repository : project features --
Lyle Zapato : MindGuard --
featured by Amy Alexander --
Golan Levin : Yellowtail --
featured by Casey Reas --
Together we can defeat capitalism : Anti-capitalist Operating System --
featured by Jacob Lillemose --
Sintron : Simple Sex Site Cyborg Link Harvester --
featured by Jacob Lillemose --
Andrew J. Savige : Acme::EyeDrops --
featured by Amy Alexander --
Urban Muller : brainfuck --
featured by Christophe Bruno --
Don Woods, James Lyon; current implementation by Eric S. Raymond : INTERCAL --
featured by Amy Alexander --
Edwin Brady and Chris Morris : Whitespace --
featured by Alessandro Ludovico --
n3krozoft mord : Hamlet.3.1 --
featured by Annina Rust --
Francis Hunger : forwardpunk --
featured by Inke Arns --
Peter Luining : Window --
featured by Alessandro Ludovico --
Futurenatural : The Bank of Time --
featured by Geoff Cox --
Paul Andrews : GoogleSynth --
featured by Alessandro Ludovico --
Douwe Osinga : Visual Poetry --
featured by Amy Alexander --
Amy Alexander/deprogramming.us: Extreme Whitespace --
featured by Anne Laforet --
Beige Records : The 8 Bit Construction set --
featured by Alessandro Ludovico --
Jonah Brucker-Cohen : BumpList : an email community for the determined --
featured by Hans Bernhard [Ubermorgen & Etoyholding] --
Paul Camacho : minimalistic --
featured by Amy Alexander --
Boris.kopeinig.net : tmp sys --
featured by Hans Bernhard [Ubermorgen & Etyoholding] --
Paul Slocum : dotm̲atrixs̲ynth --
featured by Alessandro Ludovico --
Sergey Teterin : Movie Mincer --
featured by Hans Bernhard [Ubermorgen & Etoyholding] --
Cue P. Doll : CueJack --
featured by Jacob Lillemose --
Marc Lee : loogie.net TV --
featured by Casey Reas --
Sejal Chad, Beatrice Gibson, Adrian Ward : TelematicMix --
featured by Annina Rust --
Toggle Booleans : Elvis Detector --
featured by Soren Pold --
BitBoost Systems : PawSense --
featured by Christophe Bruno --
Joe Gilmore & Tom Betts : rand()% --
featured by Alessandro Ludovico --
Various authors : maintained by Eric S. Raymond : The Jargon File --
featured by Anne Laforet --
Site and software by Ward Cunningham : text by many : Wiki Wiki Web --
featured by Amy Alexander --
Douwe Osinga : Google Talk --
featured by Soren Pold --
Carl --
Micromusic : Microswapper --
featured by Hans Bernhard [Ubermorgen & Etoyholding] --
Unknown : Notepad Minus --
featured by Hans Bernhard [Ubermorgen & Etoyholding].

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"Software art is a practice that regards software as a cultural phenomenon that defines one of the principal domains of our existence today. Thus, software is not regarded as an invisible layer, but rather as a decisive level and a language working at reproduction of certain orders, whether aesthetic, cultural, social or political. Software art creatively questions and redefines software and its ways of functioning."--BOOK JACKET.

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