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Electronic culture : technology and visual representation

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  • Creator edited by Timothy Druckrey ; preface by Allucquère Rosanne Stone
  • Format Books
  • Contributors
  • Publication
    • New York : Aperture, 1996
  • Physical Details
    • 447 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • ISBNs 0893816779, 9780893816773, 0893816787, 9780893816780
  • OCLC ocm36070320

Notes

  • Bibliography: pages 431-437.
  • Also issued online.

Contents

  • History. As we may think / Vannevar Bush -- The Age of the world picture / Martin Heidegger -- Constituents of a theory of the media / Hans Magnus Enzensberger -- Visualization lost and regained: the genesis of the quantum theory in the period 1913-1927 / Arthur I. Miller -- Machines of the visible / Jean-Louis Comolli -- Representation: Photography and after. The Work of culture in the age of cybernetic systems / Bill Nichols -- From the photograph to postphotographic practice: toward a postoptical ecology of the eye / David Tomas -- The Virtual unconscious in postphotography / Kevin Robins -- Photography at the interface / Roy Ascott -- The Double helix / Raymond Bellour -- Video, networks, and architecture: some physical realities of electronic space / Kathy Rae Huffman -- Electronic media: the rebirth of perspective and the fragmentation of illusion / Kim H. Veltman -- The Automation of sight: from photography to computer vision / Lev Manovich -- Theory. Digital apparition / Vilém Flusser -- Between nodes and data packets / Florian Rötzer -- Virtual bodies and flickering signifiers / N. Katherine Hayles -- Thinking the border and the boundary / Siegfried Zielinksi -- From virtual reality to the virtualization of reality / Slavoj Žižek -- From kaleidoscomaniac to cybernerd: notes toward an archeology of media / Erkki Huhtamo -- Metavirtue and subreality / David Blair -- Cyberwar, God and television: interview with Paul Virilio / Louise K. Wilson -- There is no software / Friedrich Kittler -- The World as interface: toward the construction of context-controlled event-worlds
  • Media/Identity/Culture. Constructions and reconstructions of the self in virtual reality / Sherry Turkle -- The Art of cyberspace / Pierre Levy -- The Information war / Hakim Bey -- Common law for the electronic frontier / Anne W. Branscomb -- Contemporary nihilism: on innocence organized / Adilkno/Geert Lovink -- The Coming of age of the flesh machine / Critical Art Ensemble
  • History. As we may think / Vannevar Bush -- The Age of the world picture / Martin Heidegger -- Constituents of a theory of the media / Hans Magnus Enzensberger -- Visualization lost and regained: the genesis of the quantum theory in the period 1913-1927 / Arthur I. Miller -- Machines of the visible / Jean-Louis Comolli -- Representation: Photography and after. The Work of culture in the age of cybernetic systems / Bill Nichols -- From the photograph to postphotographic practice: toward a postoptical ecology of the eye / David Tomas -- The Virtual unconscious in postphotography / Kevin Robins -- Photography at the interface / Roy Ascott -- The Double helix / Raymond Bellour -- Video, networks, and architecture: some physical realities of electronic space / Kathy Rae Huffman -- Electronic media: the rebirth of perspective and the fragmentation of illusion / Kim H. Veltman -- The Automation of sight: from photography to computer vision / Lev Manovich -- Theory. Digital apparition / Vilém Flusser -- Between nodes and data packets / Florian Rötzer -- Virtual bodies and flickering signifiers / N. Katherine Hayles -- Thinking the border and the boundary / Siegfried Zielinski -- From virtual reality to the virtualization of reality / Slavoj Žižek -- From kaleidoscomaniac to cybernerd: notes toward an archeology of media / Erkki Huhtamo -- Metavirtue and subreality / David Blair -- Cyberwar, God and television: interview with Paul Virilio / Louise K. Wilson -- There is no software / Friedrich Kittler -- The World as interface: toward the construction of context-controlled event-worlds / Peter Weibel
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