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In My Computer
Author: Miltos Manetas
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1291858369
Year: 2014-04-30
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This book is a collection of essays, interviews, short tales, parables, e-mails and drafts by reknown artist Miltos Manetas (Athens, 1964). Written between 1997 and 2011, some of these texts - such as the "Neen Manifesto" or the "Piracy Manifesto" - are widely known, many others are unpublished, and just came out from his computer. All of them contribute to portray a personality who had a strong influence on younger generations of artists, thanks to his impressive body of work - including paintings, videos, installations, prints, performances and, last but not least, websites - but also to his writings. According to Wikipedia, "Miltos Manetas is a Greek painter and multimedia artist". According to Googlism, "Miltos Manetas is the Net."
In Your Computer
Author: Domenico Quaranta
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1291854045
Year: 2014-04-27
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«There is this hacker slogan: “We love your computer.” We also get inside people's computers. And we are honored to be in somebody's computer. You are very close to a person when you are on his desktop.» Jodi, 1997 This book is a collection of texts written by Domenico Quaranta between 2005 and 2010 for exhibition catalogues, printed magazines and online reviews: a pocket version of what the author would save from the universal flood, in a world without computers. Most of the fields of research he has developed are represented: from Net Art to Software Art and videogames, from biotechnologies to the debate around curating and the positioning of New Media Art in the contemporary landscape, and back to Net Art again.
Everything I Shoot Is Art
Author: Mathias Jansson
ISBN: 1291020500
Pages: 172
Year: 2012-09
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Everything I Shoot Is Art is a collection of essays and interviews written by Swedish art critic and researcher Mathias Jansson along the last few years, and first published on various online magazines and journals. Their main, though not unique, concern are the various possible connection lines that can be drawn between what we usually call games and what we usually call art, in the constant effort to help finding a broader, more comprehensive definition for the latter. Included are interviews with artists and indie game designers, from Rafael Rozendaal to Pippin Barr. Mathias Jansson is a Swedish art critic and researcher. He writes about New Media Art and Game Art for blogs and magazines such as Gamescenes, Digimag and Next Level. His main body of work consists of a huge corpus of interviews with the pioneers of Game Art, as well as critics, curators and gallery owners operating in the field of Game Art.
Spirit Surfing
Author: Kevin Bewersdorf
ISBN: 1291020403
Pages: 122
Year: 2012-08
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Spirit Surfing is an attempt to preserve and share a body of texts and visual essays written by artist, actor and musician Kevin Bewersdorf between 2002 and 2010, collected and edited by Domenico Quaranta without the explicit consent of the author, but according to his philosophy of sharing. Bewersdorf has been very active online between 2007 and 2009, as one of the leading figures of the so-called pro-surfers generation. With his works and texts, he had a long-standing influence on the practice and theory of art, not only net-based. When, around 2010, he decided to stop actively promoting himself as an artist, he deleted from the internet any content still under his control. This book is part of a wider project focused on social preservation of ephemeral, net based practices called Share Your Sorrow, and available online at the URL
Author: Matteo Bittanti, Domenico Quaranta
Publisher: Johan & Levi Editore
Pages: 454
Year: 2006
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Illustrates artistic expressions made with an emphasis on videogames. Text in English and Italian.
Art and the Internet
Author: Joanne McNeil, Phoebe Stubbs
Publisher: Black Dog Pub Limited
ISBN: 1907317988
Pages: 223
Year: 2014
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This long-awaited visual survey of art and the Internet over the last two and a half decades explores the legacy of the Internet on art and reveals how artists and institutions are using it and why. Original, 3,000 first printing.
Creative Camera
Year: 1999
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My reality
Author: Jeff Fleming, Susan Lubowsky Talbott, Takashi Murakami, Brooklyn Museum of Art
Publisher: Independent Curators
Pages: 80
Year: 2001-09
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Japanese animation, or anime, which has attained cult status among young people globally during the past several decades, is increasingly breaking into the mainstream. My Reality: Contemporary Art and the Culture of Japanese Animation, investigates the influence of this form of pop culture on today's art in Japan, other Asian countries, and the West.
Art in America
Author: Frederic Fairchild Sherman
Year: 2005
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Flash Art
Year: 2007
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Gazira Babeli. Ediz. inglese
Author: Domenico Quaranta, Alan Sondheim, Mario Gerosa
Publisher: Domenico Quaranta
ISBN: 889033083X
Pages: 88
Year: 2008
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New Art Examiner
Year: 2000
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Memoirs of the Devil
Author: Roger Vadim
Publisher: New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
ISBN: 0151119066
Pages: 187
Year: 1977
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Peer Pressure
Author: Brad Troemel
ISBN: 1470915618
Pages: 140
Year: 2011-11
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Peer Pressure is a collection of essays previously published online between 2010 and 2011. In the author's words, each essay is an impassioned description or prescription to understand the digital space we inhabit differently. Most of these writings have been highly influential for the (relatively) small community the author addresses, eliciting many heated debates. The texts idealistically address creative platforms, image aggregators, relational practices, internet memes and much more. Brad Troemel makes and writes about art on the internet. His writing has been featured in magazines and books. His art has been featured in galleries and sometimes even museums. He has earned two degrees from prestigious American art schools. He currently lives in a city full of diverse cultures and complicated intellectuals. Friend request or e-mail him, he'd be happy to talk to you. http: //
The Everyday
Author: Stephen Johnstone
Publisher: Mit Press
Pages: 239
Year: 2008
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Writings on the "turn to the ordinary" in contemporary art examine the various ways artists have engaged with the everyday since 1945.