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Lev Manovich's selections
Expanded Cinema,
Gene Youngblood,
The Computer in Art,
Jasia Reichardt, United Kingdom
Digital Visions: Computers and Art,
Cynthia Goodman, United States
Discourse Networks,
Friedrich Kittler, Germany
Cyberspace: First Steps,
Michael Benedikt, Australia / United States
Artintact 1: Artists' Interactive CD-ROMagazine,
ZKM Center for Art and Media, Germany
The 5th International Symposium on Electronic Art,
Minna Tarkka, Finland
Mythos Information: Welcome to the Wired World,
Peter Weibel, Germany
Cybertext: Perspectives on Ergodic Literature,
Espen Aarseth, Norway
DJ Culture,
Ulf Poschardt, Germany
Ten Key Texts on Digital Art: 1970-2000
This article highlights ten major written works that reflect the brief history of digital art. The lack of public knowledge on digital art is largely due to a lack of standard text. While seen by most as a relatively new artform, serveral exhibitions are mentioned here dating from the late 1960s to the early 1970s, all of which have had a major impact on the development of the field. Authors and editors chosen for the list include Gene Youngblood, Jasia Reichardt, Cynthia Goodman, Freidrich Kittler, Michael Benedikt, Minna Tarkka, Peter Weibel, Espen Aarseth, and Ulf Poschardt.
Lev Manovich
Associate Professor
University of California, San Diego, Visual Arts D
9500 Gillman Drive
La Jolla CA, 92093 USA
email: manovich@ucsd.edu
www.manovich.net