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title: Digital Art
year: 2009
Bibliographic Entry

Lieser, Wolf, ed. 2009. Digital Art. Potsdam (Germany):h.f. ullmann

A hard-cover, small-sized, luxuriously illustrated, highly informative book on digital art from its very first beginnings in the mid 1960s to recent developments like net art, software art, interactive art, and hacktivism. Short contributions by Tilman Baumgärtel, Hans Dehlinger, Wulf Herzogenrath, Susanne Jaschko, Susanne Massmann, Manfred Mohr, Frieder Nake, Domenico Quaranta, Mark Tribe, and Mitchell Whitelaw. Has a glossary, name index, references, and a selection of websites. Translated to several languages. – Don’t mistake this short first overview for the coffee-table sized The world of Digital Art.

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