CHAPTER 1: DEFINING DIGITAL AND COMPUTATIONAL ART - Coggle Diagram
CHAPTER 1: DEFINING DIGITAL AND COMPUTATIONAL ART
People perception go Digital and Computational art
David Hockney work on a iPad
technically not wrong but its not limited to this
for this essay we are focusing more on art to resides in its computation,. over other art forms using technology
The definition of D&C art resides in its resistants to be defined
resides in computation (Christiane Paul)
new media art
technology constantly evolves, adding new tools to the medium
but also other mediums can use technology to amplify themselves
when you search computer art, atet comes up with digital art
tate doesn't have all the definitions, but wiki does; funny how an encyclopaedia that is open to everyone is more describe of art, than its own instituations
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Digital Art "Digital art is a term used to describe art that is made or presented using digital technology"
New Media: "A term new media is used to describe the sophisticated new technologies that have become available to artists since the late 1980s that can enable the digital production and distribution of art"
Video: "Art that involves the use of video and /or audio data and relies on moving pictures"
Internet Art: Internet art is art that is made on and for the internet, also known as net art. It encompasses various sub-genres of computer-based art including browser art and software art
Software Art: "“Software art is one of the blurriest classification in this list, since it is a filter that can be applied to new media practice rather than a defined category. Any digital artwork, whether it is an installation or a wearable piece, ultimately relies on software. The term “software art” is used predominantly for pieces that have been “hand-coded” by the artist and are generative and largely independent of a specific platform - this is, they might be distributed over the internet or shown on a monitor in a gallery.”
Christiane Paul: "A lowest common denominator for defining new media art seems to be that it is computational and based on algorithms"
net art (browser art)
THE OBJECTIFICATION OF IT