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Culture, Technology and Creativity in the Late Twentieth Century By Philip Hayward

Culture, Technology and Creativity in the Late Twentieth Century

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Addressing how technology and creativity interrelate in the arts and culture of the late 20th century, this anthology combines a general introduction with a set of case studies from a range of international critics.
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Culture, Technology and Creativity in the Late Twentieth Century by Philip Hayward

This book addresses various aspects of how technology and creativity inter-relate in the arts and culture of the late-20th century.It combines a general introduction with a collection of case studies specially commissioned from a range of international critics.

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"... a brave and enterprising endeavour." John Wischmeyer, Independent Media "Most contributors include substantial descriptions of the technologies and practices they refer to and, as there are very few texts available in this area, Hayward's is an excellent introduction to what he describes as an analytical project in the process of emergence." Ann Marie Chandler, Media Information Australia

Table of Contents


Part 1 Art and technology - collaborations and divergencies: how intimate can art and technology really be? - the art and technology movement of the sixties, Marga Bijvoet; from abstraction to simulation - the history of computer imaging, Andy Durley; holography - art in the space of technology, Rebecca Coyle; the MIT arts lab experiment, Mackenzie Wark. Part 2 The culture industries and the application of new technologies: the architecsonic object - stereo sound, cinema and colours, Philip Brophy; scratch video and edit suite technology, George Barber; industrial light and magic - style, technology and special effects in the music video, Philip Hayward. Part 3 Contemporary technologies and the realignment of culture: art biting the dust - some considerations on time, economy and cultural practices of post-modernity, Tony Fry; a new day for music? photography and digital technologies, Anne-Marie Willis; into generation - Amiga, Harry and beyond, Jeremy Walsh; the end of theatre and withdrawal of the body - performance and new technologies, Andrew Murphy; beyond art - into cyberspace, Paul Brown.

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GOR003989632
Culture, Technology and Creativity in the Late Twentieth Century by Philip Hayward
Philip Hayward
Used - Very Good
Paperback
University of Luton Press
1990-06-01
256
0861962664
9780861962662
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