Internet_Art: From the Birth of the Web to the Rise of NFTs

Internet_Art

From the Birth of the Web to the Rise of NFTs
 
Kiadó: Phaidon Press
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ISBN13:9781838664077
ISBN10:1838664076
Kötéstípus:Keménykötés
Terjedelem:296 oldal
Méret:203x137x29 mm
Súly:825 g
Nyelv:angol
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A leading figure in the world of networked culture explores the artists and events that defined the mass medium of our time

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A leading figure in the world of networked culture explores the artists and events that defined the mass medium of our time

Since 1989, the year the World Wide Web was born, the art world has grappled with the rise of networked culture. This unprecedented survey of the artists and innovators in this area from 1989 to today is interwoven with the personal narrative of one of the leading voices on the digital world. In this book, Omar Kholeif, whose prolific career parallels the growth of the internet, tells the story of this mass medium and how it has fostered new possibilities for artists, both analog and digital.

The book showcases work spanning a range of media from legendary artists including Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Nam June Paik, Heather Phillipson, and Wu Tsang. Tracing the key artists and innovators from the emergence of browser-based art to the dawn of NFTs, this is a tale for the present and the future.



?A deep dive into the moments that have defined art within the digital age.? ? HYPEBEAST

?Omar Kholeif?s INTERNET_ART explores how our cyberreality has shaped creative consumption since the 1960s. Alienation from the self, in Kholeif?s telling, is art?s new crisis. I await [their] sequel 20 years hence.? ? New York Times

?Not a conventional survey in any sense, [Internet_Art] zips between Roy Ascott?s computer-based art of the early ?80s and the recent NFT craze of the past two years, stopping at various points in between to consider works [by] many other giants of the trajectory.? ? ARTnews

?[Internet_Art] tells the story of digital culture as never before told ... Dr. Kholeif successfully manages to spotlight the underrepresented voices in digital culture, particularly those who documented it [since] 1989.? ? Hypebae

?Informative and fast-moving ? Kholeif?s takes on how art can change (and be changed by) technology are shrewd. Art historians and those interested in contemporary art will find much to gain.? ? Publishers Weekly

?An accessible and enjoyable experience ? Kholeif is your personal guide on a fast-paced voyage through time and cyberspace. The content in Internet_Art is thorough, comprehensive and up-to-the-minute. No stone is left unturned.? ? Aesthetica