Art of the Electronic Age

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Thames and Hudson, 1997 - Art - 192 pages
The past 25 years has seen unprecedented innovations in technologically produced art. Illustrating his text with superb color reproductions, author Frank Popper provides an overview of works by such artists as Christo, Jenny Holzer, Nam June Paik, and Bill Viola. Popper shows that the objective of electronic artists is the same as artists of any kindto create a shared aesthetic experience. 277 illus. 221 in color.

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About the author (1997)

Frank Popper is Professor Emeritus of Aesthetics and the Science of Art at the University of Paris VIII. He is the author of "Origins and Development of Kinetic Art", "Art, Action, and Participation", "Art of the Electronic Age", and other influential works on art and technology.

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