domingo, 29 de enero de 2012

Information arts: Intersections of Art, Science and Technology

Chapter 1.1: Art and Science as Cultural Acts

Now there is an explosion of interest. Some artists want to assimilate the computer to traditional artistic media, for example, by treating it as a fancy paintbrush or camera. Many others, however,
recognize the computer as the tip of a techno-cultural iceberg. They understand that
the most interesting work is likely to derive from a deeper comprehension of the underlying
scientific and technological principles that have guided the computer’s development,
and from participation in the research flow that points to the technological

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