Browse Illinois Open Publishing Network (IOPN) by Issue Date

  • Edinger, Carrie Ida (2018-09)
    A critical review of Crooked Data: (Mis) Communication in Contemporary Art, an exhibition at the Harnett Museum of Art at the University of Richmond, February 9 - May 5, 2017.

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  • Shamash, Sarah (2018-09)
    “Our fight today is to demarcate our space on the screen, when we can no longer demarcate our lands.” I cite Ailton Krenak, one of Brazil’s most influential Indigenous leaders, at his keynote address at the opening of the ...

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  • Aceves Sepulveda, Gabriela; Azlisadeh, Matilda (2018-09)
    In this paper, we discuss three alternative approaches to the dominant histories of techniques of illusion and interaction that emerged in the context of the panel “Alternative Beginnings: Towards an-Other history of ...

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  • Dietrick, Joelle; Huffman, Kathy Rae (2018-09)
    In this transcript of a panel discussion at the 2018 College Art Association conference, participants discuss the gender gap in the art tech world. Against a backdrop of both the current political climate and recent reporting ...

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  • Duffy, Katie (2018-09)
    Many teaching artists interested in code and technology struggle their way through years of self teaching. In the interest of creating a community of artist/learners, I designed coding workshops for the 2018 Media Lounge ...

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  • Costa Pederson, Claudia (2018-09)
    This essay discusses alternative models to mimesis as the norm in mainstream immersive technologies. Projects by two Latin American designers, the Uruguayan videogame designer Gonzalo Frasca, and the Cuban interaction ...

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  • Whitehead, Vagner Mendonça (2018-09)
    On February, 23 2018, during the National College of Art Association Conference in Los Angeles, Richard Rhinehart, Liss LaFleur and I co-chaired a panel titled “Queering New Media Art and Asking Questions about Nothing”. ...

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  • Rinehart, Richard (2018-09)
    Not rooted in a traditional culture or ancestral homeland, Queerness constitutes ephemeral cultures, continually reinvented and reimagined. Queerness is under constant threat of erasure from cultural amnesia and political ...

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  • Bernico, Matt (2018-09)
    There is an unexplored synergy between the ways media archaeology and decolonial theory handle the notion of modernity. Both consider modernity as happening at different places and at different times: modernity is an event ...

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  • Faccion, Debora (2018-09)
    The concept of “immersive” gives us a practical direction to embodying the understanding of art works created by avant-garde Brazilian artists. Building upon Simone Osthoff’s seminal argument about the legacy of “interactivity” ...

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  • Cheon, Mina (2018-09)
    This single review of a sprawling international exhibition takes as a conceit the comparison of three Pavilions within the 2017 Venice Biennale – that of Korea, the United States, and Antarctica. The author seizes on the ...

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  • Bontrager, Nick; Fung, Adam (2019-01)
    Media-N, the Journal of the New Media Caucus, invited submissions for this issue about the use of Autonomous Art Systems, tethered and untethered systems of making, autonomous vehicles, and related programming in creative ...

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  • Horstman, Fritz (2019-01)
    There is a long history of artists physically tethering themselves in order to draw attention to the lengths to which they will go in their practice, often with the implied message that they are conceptually straining at ...

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  • Eby, Chad Michael (2019-01)
    What are the general latitudes of “autonomy” described in contemporary and historical autonomous art systems practices, and what might the threshold and terminal conditions be for an art-making system’s autonomy? This ...

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  • Patel, Shreepali (2019-01)
    This article explores the impact of drone regulations on the narrative potential of drone filming. The central focus of this exploration is a Case Study analysis of the production of a multi-screen audio-visual digital ...

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  • Perzyński, Bogdan P.K. (2019-01)
    We collect data about our environment at an unprecedented scale and the surveillance of individuals on a global scale goes hand in hand with it.  Global public surveillance has constricted human rights, human bodies, lives, ...

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  • Hoy, Meredith (2019-01)
    This paper draws from art, activism, and other critical practices to examine the question of whether one can speak of an aesthetics of drones, or indeed what sensory registers even make knowledge of drones possible. Given ...

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  • Malone, Meredith; Braeunert, Svea (2019-01)
    This article revisits the curatorial concepts informing To See Without Being Seen: Contemporary Art and Drone Warfare a group exhibition we co-curated for the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in St. ...

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  • Drone On 
    Rappaport, Mat (2019-01)
    Access and habituation are socio-cultural forces that have acted to domesticate the drone in contemporary society. Initially a military tool for surveillance, drones took on the role of munitions platforms providing a means ...

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  • Irish, Sharon (2019-01)
    This essay reviews the book by Francesca Franco, Generative Systems Art: The Work of Ernest Edmonds (London: Routledge, 2018). This illustrated monograph discusses the primarily computer-generated work of Ernest Edmonds ...

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