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Communication Machines as Art
The paper presents a personal history of making machines as artworks. The particular kind of art machines that have been made since around 1970 are communication machines: ones that enable humans to interact with each ...
From rituals to magic: Interactive art and HCI of the past, present, and future
The connection between art and technology is much tighter than is commonly recognized. The emergence of aesthetic computing in the early 2000s has brought renewed focus on this relationship. In this article, we articulate ...
Beyond abstract film: constructivist digital time
(British Computer society, 2010-07-05)
The paper reviews aspects of abstract films and the notions of time that occur in them. A series of developments by the author in making various generative digital abstract, or concrete, works are described and compared ...
Tango Apart: Moving Together
(ACM Press, 2016-05-07)
Tango Apart: Moving Together is an interactive digital art system that has two or more communicating parts in different locations. Although each part is able to work independently, they also operate together, connecting the ...
Art and Code: Programming as a medium
Computer programming is more than a tool for the artist. Writing code is manipulating a medium: a medium that is like no other. This chapter discusses the importance of coding and shows how it is enabling principled ...
From Fingers to Digits: Towards a New Aesthetic
(MIT Press, 2019)
This book is about computer art, and its relations to art of a more traditional kind. Specifically, the book focuses on generative art, in its various forms, but particularly on art where the artists use programming, ...
Explorations in Art and Technology
This edition revises the original core chapters and adds 15 new contributions from artists who shed new light on the progress made in the early decades of the 21st Century. Explorations in Art and Technology is about ...
Network Art from the Birth of the Internet to Today
(RIXC Publishing, 2016)
The origins of the Internet can be found in the early 1960s but the first working version of ARPANET, the Internet’s predecessor, was put together in 1969 (Leiner et al, undated). This was exactly the time when I started ...
Emergence and the art system ‘plus minus now’