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Networked Art

Networked Art

Craig J. Saper

198 pages, parution le 20/11/2001

Résumé

The experimental art and poetry of the last half of the twentieth century offers a glimpse of the emerging networked culture that electronic devices will make omnipresent. Craig J. Saper demarcates this new genre of networked art, which uses the trappings of bureaucratic systems-money, logos, corporate names, stamps-to create intimate situations among the participants.

In Saper's analysis, the pleasures that these aesthetic situations afford include shared special knowledge or new language among small groups of participants. Functioning as artworks in themselves, these temporary institutional structures-networks, publications, and collective works-give rise to a gift-exchange community as an alternative economy and social system. Saper explains how this genre developed from post-World War II conceptual art, including periodicals as artworks in themselves; lettrist, concrete, and process poetry; Bauhaus versus COBRA; Fluxus publications, kits, and machines; mail art and on-sendings. The encyclopedic scope of the book includes discussions of artists from J. Beuys to J. S. G. Boggs, and Bauhaus's Max Bill to Anna Freud Banana. Networked Art is an essential guide to the digital artists and networks of the emerging future.

Contents

  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
I Intimate Bureaucracies
  • 1 Receivable Art and Poetry 3
  • 2 A Fan's Paranoid Logic 29
  • 3 Strikes, Surveillance, and Dirty Tricks 49
II From Visual Poetry to Networked Art
  • 4 Processed Bureaucratic Poetry 71
  • 5 Intimate Poetry 91
  • 6 Fluxus: Instructions for an Intimate Bureaucracy 113
  • 7 Assemblings as Intimate Bureaucracies 129
  • Conclusion: Networked Futures 149
  • Notes 155
  • Bibliography 167
  • Index

L'auteur - Craig J. Saper

Craig J. Saper is associate professor of multimedia at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and is the author of Artificial Mythologies (Minnesota, 1997).

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Éditeur(s) Univeristy of Minesota Press
Auteur(s) Craig J. Saper
Parution 20/11/2001
Nb. de pages 198
Format 15 x 2,8
Couverture Broché
Poids 300g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780816637072

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