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Cultural Colonialism & Cultural Transformation in Technology

Ascott, Roy (1999). Center for Advanced Inquiry in the Interactive arts (Newport, Wales). ArtByte, 2 (2), 131.

Ascott is an art educator who explored relationships between shamanism of the Kuikuri Indians in Brazil and cyberspace. His research combines art, technology, and consciousness research.

Bhabha (1990) "DissemiNation: Time, Narrative, and The Margins of the Modern Nation" in his book, Nation and Narrative.

Bright, Deborah. Option Shift: An Annotated Interview with Esther Parada. Boulder: University of Colorado, Platen Press, 1989.

Esther Parada Interactive Artist Website

Beth Styrker Beth Stryker's and Sawad Brooks's DissemiNET Webspace + DissemiNETion Installation and see Yanagi's art is another example of artist dealing with cultural colonialism.

Colonizing Virtual Space: The Impact on Community, Identity, and Property (Part 3: 9 chapters). In L. H. Leeson (Ed.) Clicking In: Hot Links to a Digital Culture. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Digital Village HomePage

Digital Village Bibliography

Hayles, N. K. (1992). The materiality of informatics. Configurations, 1 (1), 147-170.

Hayward, Philip (Ed.) (1990). "Technology and the (trans)formation of Culture," Culture, Technology and Creativity. London: J. Libbey.

Ippolito, Jon (1999). Do we want convergence. Artbyte, 2 (2), 26-27).

Krupnick, M. (1987). Displacement: Derrida and after. Bloomington, Indiana University Press.

Lovejoy, M. (1997). Postmodern currents: Art and artists in the age of electronic media (2nd. ed.) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Penny, S. (1994). Virtual reality as the completion of the enlightenment project. In G. Bender & T. Druckery (Eds.) Culture on the brink: Ideologies of technology. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Rheingold, H. T he Virtual Community: Homesteading on the Electronic Frontier.

Richards, C. (1996). Fungl intimacy: The cyborg in feminism and media art. In L. H. Leeson (Ed.) Clicking In: Hot Links to a Digital Culture. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Sharpe, Jenny (1993). Allegories of empire: The figure of woman in the Colonial text. Minneapolis, U. of Minneapolis Press.

Technology, Art, and Cultural Transformation (Part 4: 4 chapters). In G. Bender & T. Druckery (Eds.) Culture on the brink: Ideologies of technology. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Shaviro, Steven (1999). Revenge of the chatterbots: Could a human pass the Turing test. Artbyte, 2 (2), 24-25.


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