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Title Art, technology, consciousness : mind @ large / edited by Roy Ascott
Published Oxford : Intellect, 2000


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Description 204 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Beyond Boundaries. Edge-Life: technoetic structures and moist media / Roy Ascott. Towards a Third Culture [actual symbol not reproducible] Being in Between / Victoria Vesna. The Posthuman Conception of Consciousness: a 10-point guide / Robert Pepperell. Genesis: a transgenic artwork / Eduardo Kac. Techno-Darwinism: artificial selection in the Electronic age / Bill Hill. Not Science, or History: post digital biological art and a distant cousin / Michael Punt. The Imagination of Matter, Pre-Columbian Cultural DNA and Maize Cultivation / Kathleen Rogers -- Meaning and Emotion. Capacity to Conceive New Meanings by Awareness of Conscious Experience / Michio Okuma and Isao Todo. Motioning Toward the Emergent Definition of E-phany Physics / Bill Seaman. Emotion Spaces Created from Poems / Tsutomu Miyasato. The Process Appears: representation and non-representation in computer-based art / Christiane Heibach. Towards a Physics of Meaning / John Sanfey. Inquiry into Allegorical Knowledge Systems for Telematic Art / Tania Fraga. Making Emotional Spaces in the Secret Project: building emotional interactive spaces / Richard Povall. The Spectator Project: a multi-user narrative in 'Mediaspace' / Mike Phillips / [and others]. Interactive Media and the Construction of Dramatic Narrative: becoming and identity in contemporary American drama / Rhona Justice-Malloy
Summary "This volume documents the very latest work from those connected with the internationally acclaimed CaiiA-STAR centre. Their artistic and theoretical research in new media and art includes aspects of: artificial life, robotics, technoetics, performance, computer music, intelligent architecture, telematic art and biotechnology. This book will also provide new ideas for software designers working on material to be used by the arts community". -Back cover
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Art and technology.
Consciousness in art.
Genre/Form Kongress
Author Ascott, Roy.
LC no. 2001275750
ISBN 1841500410
Other Titles Mind at large