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by Tracey Bowen

Download Using Computers to Create Art: Implications for Artists and Art Educators eBook
ISBN:
0773456554
Author:
Tracey Bowen
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Other Media
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English
Publisher:
Edwin Mellen Pr (December 31, 2006)
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235 pages
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Using Computers to Create Art : Implications for Artists and Art Educators. As artists increasingly integrate digital procedures into their art-making processes, they are confronted with the need to transform older practices, often working through challenging phases of translation. This study examines the ways in which six artists, whose practices are based primarily on hand-making methods, are exchanging hands-on engagement using traditional materials with digital manipulation programs.

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Tracey Bowen is Associate Professor Teaching Stream with a special focus. ABSTRACT Traditional forms of art making practice have become more complex in this culture that increasingly relies on, and is fascinated by, computer technology and the Internet

Tracey Bowen is Associate Professor Teaching Stream with a special focus. ABSTRACT Traditional forms of art making practice have become more complex in this culture that increasingly relies on, and is fascinated by, computer technology and the Internet. The web has facilitated an incredible, often overwhelming amount of information that is multidimensional and multi-contextual, offering artists global connections.

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As the century progresses and new technology becomes accessible to even the least technological, artists are learning to incorporate the digital into what had previous been their entirely hand-made work, either as elements within the composition as a theme or as the media itself. Writing for those who practice and teach visual arts, Bowen (communication, culture and information technology, U. of Toronto at Mississauga) thoughtfully describes the ways artists are creating art with computers. Drawing on case studies of visual artists, Bowen seeks connections between the work of art and the new media, the connections with culture and old and new modalities, the change of the studio space the pace of work, new attitudes of artists about uniqueness and communication, the emergence of the artist as cyborg hybrid, and new pedagogy among art educators. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)