Machine Art In The Twentieth Century

Author: Andreas Broeckmann
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262035065
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In this book, Andreas Broeckmann examines a variety of twentieth- and early twenty-first-century artworks that articulate people's relationships with machines.

Illusions In Motion

Author: Erkki Huhtamo
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262018519
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There were other panoramas that moved--hundreds, and probably thousands of them. Their history has been largely forgotten. In Illusions in Motion, Erkki Huhtamo excavates this neglected early manifestation of media culture in the making.

The Machines Of Leonardo Da Vinci And Franz Reuleaux

Author: Francis C. Moon
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402055994
Size: 78.28 MB
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This fascinating book will be of as much interest to engineers as to art historians, examining as it does the evolution of machine design methodology from the Renaissance to the Age of Machines in the 19th century.

White Heat Cold Logic

Author: Paul Brown
Publisher: Mit Press
ISBN:
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The history of a pioneering era in computer-based art too often neglected by postwar art histories and institutions.

Machine Art 1934

Author: Jennifer Jane Marshall
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780226507156
Size: 72.25 MB
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Telling the story of this extraordinarily popular but controversial show, Jennifer Jane Marshall examines its history and the relationship between the museum’s director, Alfred H. Barr Jr., and its curator, Philip Johnson, who oversaw it.

Metal And Flesh

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Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 9780262262422
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Ollivier Dyens's Metal and Flesh is about two closely related phenomena: the technologically induced transformation of our perceptions of the world and the emergence of a cultural biology.

Leonardo Da Vinci

Author: TASCHEN
Publisher: Taschen
ISBN: 9783836502153
Size: 22.23 MB
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This book collates some of Leonardo's most outstanding work to introduce a figure of infinite curiosity, feverish imagination and sublime artistic ability, often described as having "not enough worlds for to conquer, and not enough lives ...

Practicable

Author: Samuel Bianchini
Publisher: Mit Press
ISBN: 9780262034753
Size: 46.19 MB
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A relationship between a work of art and its audience that is rooted in an experience that is both aesthetic and physical? Today, these works often use digital technologies, but artists have created participatory works since the 1950s.

Chromatic Algorithms

Author: Carolyn L. Kane
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226002736
Size: 64.90 MB
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Chromatic Algorithms reveals the fascinating history behind digital color, tracing it from the work of a few brilliant computer scientists and experimentally minded artists in the late 1960s and early ‘70s through to its appearance in ...

Japanese Robot Culture

Author: Yuji Sone
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137525274
Size: 70.88 MB
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Considering Japanese robot culture from the critical perspectives afforded by theatre and performance studies, this book is concerned with representations of robots and their inclusion in social and cultural contexts, which science and ...