Browse Illinois Open Publishing Network (IOPN) by Title

  • Szpakowski, Michael (2021-01)
    In this piece I apply various literary remixing techniques to an article by the critic Edward Picot, written about a remix based sound art project I undertook over a year in 2011-12. I intend the end result as commentary, ...

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  • Cohen, Kris (2020-03)
    A review of the 2019 Seattle Art Fair.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Horbinski, Andrea (2020)
    Review of Manga from the Floating World: Comicbook Culture and the Kibyôshi of Edo Japan (2nd ed.) by Adam L. Kern.

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  • D'Alessandro, Desiree (2021-01)
    This paper utilizes “The Garden of Forking Paths” as a starting point to explore Borges’s concept of bifurcation and how the act of decision-making in everyday life is closely associated with similar theoretical themes in ...

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  • Safin, Kelly; Kiner, Renee (2020-10)
    As faculty librarians on a regional campus of a research university, attending meetings is one way we stay connected to our faculty colleagues. On several occasions at these events, faculty commented about a need for their ...

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  • Christoffel, Chandler (2020-10)
    Hosted by the University of Georgia Science Library since 2017, the Capturing Science Contest invites students to explain a STEM concept using any format, media, or genre of their choice, an open-ended approach meant to ...

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  • Solomon, Lucy HG; Baio, Cesar (2021-01)
    The case study of Degenerative Cultures explores how the layering of different forms of logic offers an opportunity for rethinking our human systems and hypothetically remixing the epistemological roots of society—through ...

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  • Scarborough, Beth; Pardue, Susan Foster (2020-10)
    UNC Charlotte’s Atkins Library, along with the History Department and Charlotte Mecklenburg Public Library, in response to violence, hatred and killings in both South Carolina and Virginia in 2015 and 2017, and contentious ...

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  • Laddusaw, Sierra; Brett, Jeremy (2020-10)
    Popular culture conventions (cons) can be powerful opportunities for library outreach, but they are underutilized or ignored as possibilities for many libraries. This article summarizes the results of a survey of libraries ...

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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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  • Bastone, Zoe (2020-10)
    Outreach is a necessary component of an academic library’s operations and often requires extensive time for the planning, approval, execution, and assessment depending on the personnel involved and the scope of the event. ...

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  • Burrough, Xtine (2020-03)
    In this contribution to the Media-N special issue, “Humans Are Underrated: Art & Labor in the Amazon Economy,” I narrate creative projects that disrupt or interfere with the Mechanical Turk platform. My place as an artist ...

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  • Tringali, Billy (2020)

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  • Chu, Leo (2020)
    In this paper, I analyze the animated television series Puella Magi Madoka Magica based on a variety of literary critical methods: neo-noir criticism, feminist epistemology and studies of technoscience, and discussion 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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  • 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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  • 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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