Digital Blur: Creative Practice at the Boundaries of Architecture, Design and Art

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Paul Rogers, Michael Smyth
Libri Pub., 2010 - Art - 253 pages
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Bringing together some of the world’s leading practitioners and thinkers from the fields of art, architecture, and design, this work reveals their working processes that break down traditional creative disciplinary boundaries. The collection provides a detailed insight into the techniques of these 10 significant creative individuals and how they exploit the latest computing technologies in their work and the impact such innovation will have for creative practices in the future.

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ntroduction
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Jason Bruges Studio
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Bengt Sjln 1 10
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Michael Smyth is a reader in the school of computing at Napier University, Edinburgh.

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