For Fall 1999 Courses: Art 3362, Art 5366, Art 5101-003


Dr. Karen Keifer-Boyd

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Historical Perspectives on Computers in Art

Booker, E. (1992). Enabling multimedia: As prices of digital signal processors fall, applications emerge. Computerworld, 26(46), 28.

Jones, B. J. (1990). Computer graphics: Effects of origin. Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. Digital Image/Digital Cinema: A special edition with the Special Interest Group in Graphics (SIGGRAPH) Association of Computing Machinery (pp. 21-30). New York: Pergamon Press.

Hagen, C. (1993). Reinventing the photograph. The New York Times, Jan. 31, pp. H1 & H29.

Hamber, A., Miles, J. & Vaughan, W. (Eds.) (1989). Computers and the history of art. New York: Mansell.

Loveless, R. L. (Ed.) (1989). The computer revolution and the arts. Tamap: University of South Florida Press.

Pollack, A. (1991, December 8). An 'open hyperdocument system' - or Xanandu. The New York Times (p. 13F).

Topical Bibliography for Technology in the Visual Arts:

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