Making Art in a Digital Culture
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This paper provides a summary and analysis of Tracey Bowen's journal article "Making Art In A Digital/Cyber Culture: Exploring the Dialectic Between the Manual Creator and the Digital Self." The summary demonstrates Bowen's belief that increased use of technology in the art making processes is impacting the negotiation of artists with the "real" and the "virtual" from a sensory perspective.
From the Paper:"In traditional forms of art making practices Tracey Bowen argues that artists typically engage in exploring questioning and researching across various contexts. Despite this practice the increased reliance on the Internet and digital technologies have increased the complexity of these engagements. Bowen provides discourse with six different artists to raise issues and questions pertinent to this change wrought by technology, one the author claims has spawned a new dialectic that posits the artist as both manual creator and digital self. In her dialectic..."
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Making Art in a Digital Culture (2008, December 01) Retrieved October 20, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/making-art-in-a-digital-culture-122683/
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