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Title Ars Electronica : facing the future : a survey of two decades / edited by Timothy Druckrey with Ars Electronica.
Imprint Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1999.

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Series Electronic culture--history, theory, practice
Electronic culture--history, theory, practice.
Subject Ars Electronica -- History.
Arts -- Data processing.
Technology and the arts.
Computer art.
Alt Name Druckrey, Timothy.
Ars Electronica (1999 : Linz, Austria)
Description 1 online resource (449 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Foreword / Hannes Leopoldseder -- Preface / Gerfried Stocker, Christine Schopf -- Introduction: Ready or not? / Timothy Druckrey -- Prologue (1979) / Herbert W. Franke -- A medium matures: video and the cinematic enterprise (1984) / Gene Youngblood -- On the history and aesthetics of the digital image (1984) / Peter Weibel -- MIDI--what it is and what it means to electronic artists (1984) / Robert Moog -- Ten indications of an emerging computer culture (1986) / Hannes Leopoldseder -- Art from the screen (1986) / Herbert W. Franke -- The visual artist turns to computer programming (1986) / Herve Huitric, Monique Nahas -- Gesamtdatenwerk: connectivity, transformation and transcendence (1989) / Roy Ascott -- Radio art (1989) / Heidi Grundmann -- Werner alone has looked on reality bare: proposal for a really new "new physics" (1990) / Nick Herbert -- Virtual environments, personal simulation and telepresence (1990) / Scott S. Fisher -- The future of cyberspace: wild frontier vs. hyperreal estate (1990) / Bruce Sterling -- The universal robot (1991) / Hans Moravec -- Thresholds of control: destruction art and terminal culture (1991) / Kristine Stiles -- Video and architecture: beyond the screen (1994) / Kathy Rae Huffman -- The noise of the observer (1995) / Peter Weibel -- Vector in open space (1996) / Gerfried Stocker -- The memesis network discussion (1996) / Geert Lovink -- Mind viruses (1996) / Richard Dawkins -- For a digital renaissance of situationism (1996) / Heimo Ranzenbacher.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780262272018 (electronic bk.)
0262272016 (electronic bk.)
058526578X (electronic bk.)
9780585265780 (electronic bk.)
0262041766 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 45728075
Additional Format Print version: Ars Electronica. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1999 0262041766 (DLC) 99014921 (OCoLC)41086599
Table of Contents
 Foreword / Hannes Leopoldseder2
 Preface / Gerfried Stocker, Christine Schopf14
 Introduction: Ready or Not? / Timothy Druckrey16
EnglishPrologue (1979) / Herbert W. Franke22
 A Medium Matures Video and the Cinematic Enterprise (1984) / Gene Youngblood43
 On the History and Aesthetics of the Digital Image (1984) / Peter Weibel51
 MIDI - What It Is and What It Means to Electronic Artists (1984) / Robert Moog66
 Ten Indications of an Emerging Computer Culture (1986) / Hannes Leopoldseder67
EnglishArt from the Screen (1986) / Herbert W. Franke71
 The Visual Artist Turns to Computer Programming (1986) / Herve Huitric, Monique Nahas81
 Gesamtdatenwerk: Connectivity, Transformation and Transcendence (1989) / Roy Ascott86
 Radio Art (1989) / Heidi Grundmann90
 Werner Alone Has Looked on Reality Bare: Proposal for a Really New "New Physics" (1990) / Nick Herbert101
 Virtual Environments, Personal Simulation & Telepresence (1990) / Scott S. Fisher107
 The Future of Cyberspace: Wild Frontier vs Hyperreal Estate (1990) / Bruce Sterling114
 The Universal Robot (1991) / Hans Moravec116
 Thresholds of Control: Destruction Art and Terminal Culture (1991) / Kristine Stiles124
 Video and Architecture: Beyond the Screen (1994) / Kathy Rae Huffman135
 The Noise of the Observer (1995) / Peter Weibel140
 Vector in Open Space (1996) / Gerfried Stocker149
 The Memesis Network Discussion (1996) / Geert Lovink152
 Mind Viruses (1996) / Richard Dawkins158
 For a Digital Renaissance of Situationism (1996) / Heimo Ranzenbacher161
 Neuron-Silicon Junction or Brain-Computer Junction? (1997) / Peter Fromherz166
 Bad Girl Versus the Astronaut Christ. The Strange Political Journey of the Cyborg (1997) / Hari Kunzru168
 On the History of the Theory of Information Warfare (1998) / Friedrich Kittler173
 Expansion of Media Art: What Will Remain of the Electronic Age? (1984) / Jurgen Claus180
 Media Art (1986) / Gerhard Johann Lischka185
 "An Ear Alone is Not a Being" (1987) / Daniel Charles188
 The Sound of Music (1987) / Douglas Kahn192
 Memories (1988) / Vilem Flusser202
 Virtual Worlds: The Emperor's New Bodies (1990) / Peter Weibel207
 Cybermedia and the Fatal Attraction of Realities (1990) / Bilwet, Adilkno, Filwis224
 The Future Merging of Science, Art, and Psychology (1990) / Mervin Minsky229
 Virtual Reality for Collective Cognitive Processing (1990) / Derrick de Kerckhove234
 Riding the Giant Worm to Saturn: Post-Symbolic Communication in Virtual Reality Excerpt from an Interview with Jaron Lanier (1990) / Morgan Russell242
 Endophysics - Physics from Within (1992) / Otto E. Rossler244
 The Three Faces of Life (1993) / John L. Casti249
 Trace Apparatus (1993) / Thomas Feuerstein, Klaus Strickner257
 Artificial Life (1993) / Christopher G. Langton261
 Praise to the Parasites (1993) / Florian Rotzer269
 The Overexposed City (1994) / Paul Virillo276
 The Medialization of the Cities (1994) / Edouard Bannwart284
 Winds of the Media from Asia: Human Beings and Art in the B-ISDN Era (1994) / Keiga Yamamoto286
 Keep Him on the Phone: The Human Body in the Realm of Technology (1995) / Melita Zajc292
 Slacker Luddites (1995) Critical Art Ensemble300
 NETOPOS ... NOTOPOS: The Fate of Reason in the Global Network: Teleology, Telegraphy, Telephony, Television, Telesthetics (1995) / Timothy Druckrey305
 Media Memory (1996) / Allucquere Rosanne Stone312
 Becoming Positive (1996) / Sadle Plant315
 Economics, Computers, and the War Machine (1998) / Manuel De Landa319
 Infowar (1998) / Paul Virilio, Derrick de Kerckhove326
 Norn Attacks and Marine Doom (1998) / Birgit Richard336
 The World in 24 Hours (1982) / Robert Adrian346
 Sky Art (1982) / Otto Piene352
 Mind of Universe (1984) / Isao Tomita356
 The Philosophical Data Bank of Minus Delta T (1984) / Mike Hentz358
 Virtual Space' The Electronic Environments of Mobile Image (1986) / Gene Youngblood360
 A Contemplation of Dangerous Games (1986) / Cabaret Voltaire366
 Statement about Art and Technology (1986) / John Sanborn368
 Terminal Art (1986) / Jurgen Claus370
 Propositions on the Dark Age of Television (1986) / Bazon Brock376
 Pompino Project (1990) Van Gogh TV378
 "Nobody is Safe" (1991) Stadtwerkstatt TV383
 Cartesian Chaos (1992) / Peter Weibel, Bob O'Kane389
 Interactive Evolution (1993) / Karl Sims390
 Simulation Room (1993) KR+cF Knowbotic Research391
 Interactive Plant Growing (1993) / Christa Sommerer, Laurent Mignonneau393
 Audience Participation (1994) / Loren, Rachel Carpenter395
 Horizontal Radio - 24 Hours Live (1995) / Gerfried Stocker397
 What's That Supposed to Be, What's Program? (1996) / Just Merrit403
 Parasite Visions, Alternate, Intimate, and Involuntary Experiences (1997) / Stelarc411
 Fragments from "Borderscape 2000." From "The Chicano State Department Chronicles" (1997) / Guillermo Gomez-Pena, Roberto Sifuentes416
 Humanistic Intelligence (1997) / Steve Mann420
 Music Plays Images x Images Play Music (1997) / Toshio Iwai, Ryuichi Sakamoto428
 Ground Truth (1998) / Robin Bargar, Insook Choi431
 Are You Online? Presence and Participation in Network Art (1998) / Andreas Broeckmann438
 Biographies442
 Acknowledgments447
 Sources448


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