LEAVITT, R: Artist and Computer

Color plate. Artist and ComputerLeavitt, Ruth (editor). Artist and Computer. Harmony Books, 1976. ISBN: 0517527871. Ex-library. Appears unmarked. Bumped corner. Good. Hardcover. (#31273)

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Extraordinary glimpse into early artworks composed with the computer. 35 artists, over 160 illustrations, with 6 in full-color. Artists include Ben F. Laposky, Vera Molnar, Edward Zajec, Kenneth Knowlton, Karen E. Huff, Lillian Schwartz, and Christopher W. Tyler. Each artist’s work is accompanied by a statement.

COYNE, R: Technoromanticism: Digital Narrative, Holism, and the Romance of the Real

Coyne, Richard. Technoromanticism: Digital Narrative, Holism, and the Romance of the Real Mit Press, 1999. ISBN: 0262032600. Unmarked text. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#29354) $14.00

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An introduction to the application of contemporary theory to information technology, raising issues of representation, space, time, interpretation, identity, and the real. 398p. Index. Notes. Bibliography.

SAN FRANCISCO CAMERAWORK: Camerawork: a Journal of Photographic Art: Net Art (Spring/Summer 1999)

Camerawork: a Journal of Photographic Art: Net Art (Spring/Summer 1999). San Francisco Camerawork, 1999. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#29218) $16.00

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This issue explores Net Art. Includes “Net Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction” by David A. Ross; “The Virtual Gaze” by Reena Jana; “Public and Private in an Age of Dataveillance” by Steve Dietz; “Virtual Signes: Social Exchanges in a Virtual World” by Trena Noval, “The Province of Telepresence” by David Hunt; “Connective Lenses: When Cameras Become Intelligent” by Daniel Goldberg, and more.

Illustrated. Measures 9×12 inches. 48p.