Screen-based Art

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Annette W. Balkema, Henk Slager
Rodopi, 2000 - Art - 185 pages
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In the 21st century, the screen - the Internet screen, the television screen, the video screen and all sorts of combinations thereof - will be booming in our visual and infotechno culture. Screen-based art, already a prominent and topical part of visual culture in the 1990s, will expand even more. In this volume, digital art - the new media - as well as its connectedness to cinema will be the subject of investigation. The starting point is a two-day symposium organized by the Netherlands Media Art Institute Montevideo/TBA, in collaboration with the L&B (Lier en Boog) series and the Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis (ASCA).
Issues which emerged during the course of investigation deal with questions such as: How could screen-based art be distinguished from other art forms? Could screen-based art theoretically be understood in one definite model or should one search for various possibilities and/or models? Could screen-based art be canonized? What are the physical and theoretical forms of representation for screen-based art? What are the idiosyncratic concepts geared towards screen-based art? This volume includes various arguments, positions, and statements by artists, curators, philosophers, and theorists. The participants are Marie-Luise Angerer, Annette W. Balkema, Renť Beekman, Raymond Bellour, Peter Bogers, Joost Bolten, NoŽl Carroll, Sean Cubitt, C„lin Dan, Chris Dercon, Honorť d'O, Anne-Marie Duquet, Ken Feingold, Ursula Frohne, hARTware curators, Heiner Holtappels, Aernout Mik, Patricia Pisters, Nicolaus Schafhausen, Jeffrey Shaw, Peter Sloterdijk, Ed S. Tan, Barbara Visser and Siegfried Zielinski.
 

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Contents

Annette W Balkema and Henk Slager Prologue
9
MarieLuise Angerer New Technology and its Subject
13
Annette W Balkema Desire for the Screen
21
Renť Beekman Composing Images
29
35_Raymond Bellour Challenging Cinema
35
Peter Bogers Limitations and Imperfections
44
Joost Bolten The Medium in the Middle
49
NoŽl Carroll Forget the Medium
55
Chris Dercon StillA Novel
99
Patricia Pisters Molecular Processes of Becoming
107
Ed Tan The Filmic Image as an Icon of Cultural Memory
114
Ursula Frohne Illusions of Experience
123
hARTware curators Observations on TechnoArt
128
Heiner Holtappels Topicalism and the Design of Time
135
Aernout Mik Staged Situations
141
Nicolaus Schafhausen Communication Torture
145

Sean Cubitt The Chronoscope
63
C‚lin Dan Growing Old in New Media
73
78_Honorť dO Theatrical Video
79
AnneMarie Duquet Scenography of the Image
81
Ken Feingold Contextual Consciousness
88
Symposium Filmic Images
95
Jeffrey Shaw Media Art and Interactive Cinema
148
Peter Sloterdijk Neolithic Intelligence
157
Barbara Visser Blurring Boundaries
169
Siegfried Zielinski Time Machines
173
Participants
185
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