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us: New media art


  • Here are entered works on art that incorporates electronic and digital technology, including video and other forms of motion and sound media.
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  • Broader Terms

    • us: Arts, Modern--20th century
    • us: Arts, Modern--21st century
  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Graham, Beryl. Rethinking curating, 2010: CIP t.p. (new media) galley (broadly, art that is made using electronic media technology, and which displays any or all of the three behaviors of interactivity, connectivity, and computability in any combination; artworks that may have science or technology as a theme, but that do not use electronic media technology for its production and distribution, are not at the center of this book; the term "new media" without the "art" usually refers to commercial broadcast forms such as interactive television)
    • found: ArtLex, May 6, 2009 (New media or new-media; refers to interdisciplinary works utilizing recently developed electronic media)
    • found: BHA, May 6, 2009 (descriptor: New media)
    • found: MIT Press website, May 6, 2009 (subtopic New media under Arts)
    • found: Oxford art online, May 6, 2009 (new media art)
    • found: LC database, May 6, 2009 (new media art; new media)
    • found: WorldCat search, May 6, 2009 (new media art)
    • found: AAT, Dec. 13, 2016 (New media art: art that uses new means of mass communication, specifically electronic and digital technology, inclusive of video and other forms of motion and sound media)
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered works on art that incorporates electronic and digital technology, including video and other forms of motion and sound media.
  • Change Notes

    • 2009-05-06: new
    • 2017-01-09: revised
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