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Digital Image Systems
, MIT Press, 1999 Lunenfeld, Peter (ed.), Snap to Grid: A User's Guide to Digital Arts, Media and Culture, Cambridge (MA), MIT Press, 2000 Manovich, Lev, The Language of New Media, Cambridge ( ... .), The Photographic Image in Digital Culture, New York, Routledge, 1995 Lister, Martin (ed.), New Media, New York, Routledge, 2003 Lunenfeld, Peter (ed.), The Digital Dialectic, Cambridge (MA) ...doi:10.14361/9783839439029-022 fatcat:vnb7kqdpyvcr3ldhbjoutqnewa
For a discussion of jodi.org as a live performance of reshuffled code and html, see Peter Lunenfeld, Snap to Grid: A User’s Guide to Digital Arts, Media and Cultures (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2000), pp. 80 ... For an analysis of how digital art forms revamp montage through fluid spatialities and layering, see John Hess and Patricia R. ...
radical pragmatism, the essays within pointing to a better and yes, possible, future for network societies.” — Peter Lunenfeld, Art Center College of Design, Author of Snap to Grid: A User's Guide to ... Image Wars in Science, Religion and Art edited by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel An examination of the role of images in cultural conflicts and of alternatives to Western ways of thinking about image creation ...
In his book Snap to Grid: A C/ser b Guide to Digifai Arts, Media and Culrures (2000), Peter Lunenfeld uses the command "snap to grid" as a metaphor for how human usen operate and reason through machines ... J51bid., p. 39. 46Peter Lunenfeld, Snap to Grid: u User k Guide to Digifal Arts, Media, a d Culrures (Cambridge,MA: MIT Press, 2000) xvi. "'Don Idhe, Technics and Praxis, p.64. ... the unidirectionality of h e ) ate reflected in all media and, furthermore, are actually enforced by the way we use media. ...doi:10.11575/prism/19160 fatcat:xsv4xhij5nh75pe5oqlexi27ke
It seeks to arbitrate and synthesise a range of skills, attributes and ideas that might constitute the field of electronic aesthetics. ... The aesthetics of electronic production, as looked at through the framework of electracy, serves as a model through which to locate some specific shifts in both self-making, and capitalism, in both their ... Another is Peter Callas (1993), International Guide for Electronic Media Art Distribution, Australian Film Commission, Sydney. ...doi:10.25904/1912/2213 fatcat:3aeug3ljabhppnkaway5ufk7vm
Together, these two components produce a visual communication analysis of historical events, cultural artefacts and media art and the artists who produce them to reveal the nature, attraction and power ... Yet this text does include a discussion of several of my key works in relation to specific issues unpacked by the broader thesis and also in relation to the work by other media artists who explore similar ... As Peter Lunenfeld observed in the melding of the architectural and informational space in contemporary urban environments, we can observe the commercial extension of social media and UGC in a heightened ...doi:10.25904/1912/3134 fatcat:a55zu4mcmvchfakyvrgb6cxnwu