Media art net: survey of media art
Rudolf Frieling, Dieter Daniels
Springer, 2004 - Architecture - 399 pages
A text reader related to the online platform www.mediaartnet.org, presenting a panorama of international art and contexts. The book features the most important essays which are accompanied online by multimedia and audiovisual representations of media art. Essays by Inke Arns, Dieter Daniels, Soke Dinkla, Golo Follmer, Rudolf Frieling, Oliver Grau and Heike Helfert on topics such as media art forms in the 1910s and 1920s, intermedia currents of the 1950s and 1960s, performance and media art, media activism, mass media, perception, museum and media, virtual narratives, audio art, communication, telematics, interaction, immersion. Book jacket.
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