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Art Practice in a Digital Culture (Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities) New edition Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0754676232
ISBN-10: 0754676234
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'Digital technologies are disruptive technologies; transforming everything in their wake. Art Practice in a Digital Culture both demonstrates and explains the impact of digital technologies on the art of our time. A stellar line up of artists, curators and historians explore the issues that dominate and define 21st century art creation. These include interdisciplinary, collaborative, research and process based practice. The book will inform and excite anyone interested in contemporary art. The chapters included within it will serve both to mark a point in time and propel the discussion about art forward'. Jemima Rellie, Director of Publishing and New Media at the Royal Collection

About the Author

Hazel Gardiner is Editor for the Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland and joint-editor of the CHArt (the Computers and the History of Art) Yearbook. She was Senior Project Officer for the AHRC ICT Methods Network, King's College London. Charlie Gere is Reader in New Media Research and Head of Department of Media, Film and Cultural Studies, Lancaster University.

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