Engineering Nature: Art & Consciousness in the Post-biological Era
Intellect Books, 2006 - Art - 333 pages
Annotation This is the third volume in the Consciousness Reframed series, documenting the very latest artistic and theoretical research in new media and telematics, including aspects of artificial life, robotics, technoetics, performance, computer music and intelligent architecture. The contributions to this volume represent the work produced at conferences and in journals which are only now emerging into more accessible literature. With many highly respected practitioners and theorists in art and science contributing, there is a stimulating diversity of approach and a rich background of knowledge.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
activity aesthetic animals Arch–OS architecture artificial artist artwork atoms audience Bauhaus become behaviour Bibliography biophoton blind spot body brain cell Chaosynth Char Davies cognitive communication complex concept consciousness construction contact lens contemporary context create Creative Network culture diegesis diegetic dynamic electromagnetic electronic emergent entities experience explore feedback film function Georges Canguilhem human ibid idea IDENTI*–Park IDP–PEM immersive intelligent interface Internet Katherine Hayles language large–format living London machine Max/MSP meaning metaphors mind movement moving musical nanometre nanotechnology nature object organism Osmose participants perception performance photographic physical Planetary Collegium problem produced relationships response robot Roy Ascott scientific Semi–Living sense sensory SETI simulation so–called social soteriology sound space spatial structure telematic Theatre theory tissue transformed understanding University University of Plymouth virtual environment virtual reality visual