Audiovisual Discourse in Digital Art

ACM Press
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Siggraph2004: Electronic Art and Animation Catalog, Computer Graphics Annual Conference Series, 2004, 2004, pp. 115 - 118
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This paper discusses art systems that employ image and sound as equal elements. This can be called the evolution of the "audiovisual discourse" in art and technology. Recent software for manipulation of audio and visual material is briefly described, and audio/visual digital artworks, developed during an artist-in-residence-based project, are illustrated as examples of contemporary artistic projects concemed with this theme. Different artistic approaches in the use of audioMsuaI systems are identified on the basis of the historical research and the second author's work, as a technologist, in collaboration with the artists participating in the project. Rnally, the role of the computer as audio/visual instrument is discussed.
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