Art, Technology, Technique

Art, Technology, Technique

Edited by 

List price: US$21.51

Currently unavailable

We can notify you when this item is back in stock

Add to wishlist

AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Try AbeBooks


"Art, Technology, Technique" examines the connections between these three terms, which come together in the term "Techne" as a recurring feature in the history of aesthetics. Whilst much recent interest in questions of art and technology has centred exclusively on the impacts of new technologies, this collection examines this problematic issue across a range of media and historical moments. Dynamics between painting and photography, video and film, and between analogue and digital media, are explored alongside critical, analytical and philosophical encounters with art, technology and technique. The 4th volume in the Act series, this book contains artists' pages along with reproductions of a number of the works discussed.
show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 165.1 x 241.3 x 12.7mm | 317.51g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 16pp b&w photographs
  • 0745313167
  • 9780745313160

About John Gange

John Gange is Senior Lecturer in Visual Theory at the Kent Institute of Art & Design; Maidstone. He has contributed to Hybrid and live Art Magazine and has an essay in Other Than Identity ed. Juliet Steyn (Manchester University Press 1997). He is a member of the editorial board of Art criticism and Theory journal.
show more

Table of contents

Facing Orlan - ethics and anaesthesia, Howard Caygill; drawing the line - painting history and history painting, Esther Leslie; digital presentation, art and the supersensible, Suhail Malik; techne's other eye - concerning an art with no effects, John Phillips; hearing voices, Sean Cubitt; work for two voices, David Chaloner; painting and technology - a rae in cyberspace, Joan Key; night office 1 and 2, Paul Winstanley; digital daze, A.L. Rees; Chris Marker and the technology of images, Alexia Defert; the sphynx without the riddle, Sophia Phoca; the loss of the real, again, Mark Durden; hacking the museum - electronic textiles, Janis Jefferies and Barbara Layne.
show more