Art in the Electronic Landscape

Art in the Electronic Landscape

Vol 16 no 2&3, 1996


Double issue issued with Artlink's CD Rom Sequinz - a survey of electronic art in Australia (Mac users only). The issue examines multimedia and education, frontiers and challenges, the future and audience interaction. Cutting edge issue, opening up many of the ongoing debates about the impact of the digital world on traditional artistic modes of expression.


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Artitja Fine Art

Melbourne Art Fair



Mimmo Rotella exhibition in Milan



Korean Artist Project







NAVA - National Association for the Visual Arts





Bound and Unbound: Sovereign Acts - decolonising methodologies of the lived and spoken

Cairns Indigenous Art Fair



You are here » Artlink » Vol 16 no 2&3, 1996 » Negotiating Artistic Practice in Late Capitalist Techno-Culture

Negotiating Artistic Practice in Late Capitalist Techno-Culture

Author: Mr Simon Penny

Whatever art is to become in the realm of consumer electronic culture, it is critical that some sort of autonomy be maintained from the pressures of the technological imperative. Otherwise the politic implicit in the technological manifestation will override the necessary anarchic liberty of art.



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