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Who's Afraid of the Audience? Digital and Post-Digital Perspectives on Aesthetics
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This article analyses how works of art that make use of or refer to digital technology can be approached, analysed, and understood aesthetically from two different perspectives. One perspective, which I shall term a 'digital' perspective, mainly focuses on poetics (or production) and technology when approach- ing the works, whereas the other, which I shall term a 'post-digital' perspective, focuses on aesthetic experience (or reception) when approaching the works. What I tentatively and for thedoi:10.7146/aprja.v3i1.116092 fatcat:q2hcuwvpvjekddw2xsfokkjzka