Structure in Art Practice: Technology as an Agent for Concept Development

Publisher:
MIT Press
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Leonardo: Art Science and Technology, 2002, 35 (1), pp. 65 - 71
Issue Date:
2002-01
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The exhibition Constructs and Re-Constructions provided a survey of the author's artwork and formed the basis for this paper. It included four prints, consisting of notes based on early documentation, represent- ing four different conceptual stages in using computer technology. As each is dis- cussed in turn, it is shown that the computer provides a significant enhancement to our ability to handle and consider the underlying structures of art- works and art systems in the many forms that they may take. In the work discussed, while the conceptual developments are the key issues, the role of the technology in encouraging, enabling and inspiring them has also been central
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