Edward Shanken

ArteXetrA = Art + Etcetera

Writings on Contemporary Art and New Media

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aem_cover<< Books >>

Art and Electronic Media (Phaidon Press, 2009, 2011, paper 2014).
Reviews / Special Preview / Art and Electronic Media Online Companion

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   Telematic Embrace: Visionary Theories of Art,
   Technology, and Consciousness
(University of California Press, 2003, 2007)
Edited collection of essays by  Roy Ascott  Reviews

 

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Inventar el Futuro:  Arte · Electricidad · Nuevos Medios  (2013)
Reviews/Revistas / Free Download/Descarga Gratuito (8MB)


创造未来:艺术、电子与新媒体
   (Chinese, forthcoming)

Inventar o Futuro:  Arte · Electricidade · Novas Mídias  (Portuguese, forthcoming)

Systems (Documents of Contemporary Art, Whitechapel/MIT, forthcoming)



<<Scholarly Essays >>

“In Forming Software: Software, Structuralism, Demythification” (2014)

“Bringing To and Bringing Out: Art, Culture, and Social Media” (133MB .pptx)
Video of talk at Whitney Shared Spaces symposium, 2014.

“Aesthetic Computing” (forthcoming in Oxford Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, 2014)Mainframe cover 2013

Broken Circle &/ Spiral Hill: Smithson’s Spirals,
Pataphysics, Syzygy, and Survival”
2013.  ISEA 2012 presentation .pdf

“In Forming Software: Software, Structuralism, Dematerialization” (2012)

“Investigatory Art:  Real Time Systems and Network Culture” (2012)
Hohenberg Chair lecture presentation .pdf (2.5MB)

“Tuning in and Spacing Out: Notes on the Presentness of Sound” (w Y Harris, 2012)

“Contemporary Art and New Media: Toward a Hybrid Discourse?” (2011)

“Alternative Nows and Thens to Be: Re-imagining History to (Re)View the Future –
Photography, New Media, and Art Historical Revision” (Spanish/English, 2011)Relive Cover 2013

“The History and Future of the Lab: Collaborative Research at the Intersections of
Art, Science, and Technology”
 (2010) Catalan: “Història i Futur del Laboratori…”

“Reprogramming Systems Aesthetics: A Strategic Historiography” (2009)

“Historicizing Art and Technology: Forging a Method, Firing a Canon”  (2007)
“Historicizar Arte e Tecnologia: fabricar um método e estabelecer um canône” (Portuguese)
“Storicizzando arte e tecnologia: forgiare un metodo e iniziare un canone” (Italian)

Artists in Industry and the Academy: Collaborative Research, Interdisciplinary Scholarship, and
the Interpretation of Hybrid Forms”
(2005). Video of lecture at UCLA Art|Sci Center.

“Hot to Bot: Pygmalion’s Lust, the Maharal’s Fear, and the Cyborg Future of Art” (2005)

“Cybernetics and Art: Cultural Convergence in the 1960s” (2002).

“Art in the Information Age: Technology and Conceptual Art” (2001).
“L’arte nell’era dell’informazione: : tecnologia e arte concettuale” (Italian)
Realplayer Video of talk at UCLA Design|Media Arts, 2000

Telematic Embrace:  A Love Story?  Roy Ascott’s Theory of Telematic Art” (2001)
“L’abbraccio telematico: Una storia d’amore?” (Italian)

“Missing in Action: Agency and Meaning in Interactive Art” (w Stiles 2000-11)

“Tele-Agency: Telematics, Telerobotics, and the Art of Meaning” (1.8MB .pdf)  (2000)
HTML Version on Neme.org

“Life as We Know It, and/or Life as It Could Be:
Epistemology and the Ontology/Ontogeny of Artificial Life”
(1998)arte_ciência_tecnologia_sistema cover

“The House that Jack Built:
Jack Burnham’s Concept of Software as a Metaphor for Art” (1998)

“From Drips to ZOOBS: The Cosmology of Artist/Inventor Michael Grey” (1998)
ArtByte (juicy design, no footnotes 9MB .pdf); Full draft with notes (350k .pdf)

“Gemini Rising, Moon in Apollo: Art and Technology in the US, 1966-1971” (1997)

“Technology and Intuition – A Love Story?  Roy Ascott’s ‘Telematic Embrace'” (1997)

“Virtual Perspective and the Artistic Vision:
A Genealogy of Technology, Perception and Power” (1996)



<< Catalog Essays, Reviews, and Commentaries >>

“Conversa com Edward Shanken” (interview D Gasparetto, Portuguese, 2014)Speculative Scenarios

The $34.2 million Question: Writing Histories or Staging Alternative Futures” (2013)

“Not Just Smoke and Mirrors: rAndom International” (2013)

“Betwixt and Between, or Notes on Observing:
Michael Joaquin Grey’s Between Simonetta”(1.5MB .pdf, Ger/Eng 2011)

“Edward Shanken on ‘Is New Media Accepted in the Artworld?'” (2011)

“Response to Domenico Quaranta’s ‘The Postmedia Perspective'” (2011)  

“Contemporary Art and New Media: Outline for Developing a Hybrid Discourse” (2010)

“Knowing Art/Transcending Science:
Perception, Consciousness, Synchronicity and Transgnosis” (2010)

“Art and Science: A Renewed Unity! Collaborative Research,
Transdisciplinary Scholarship, and the Interpretation of Hybrid Forms,” (2009)

Inventing the Future: Art and Net Ontologies,” (conversation w A Dekker, 2009)

“The Video Mirror and Its Genetic Double: Richard Kriesche’s Twins Reflected through
‘The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction,’” (Eng/German, 2008Kriesche Capital + Code cover)

“The Imploding Cube Meets the Beating Heart: The Gestalt of
Andres Ramirez Gaviria’s ‘0.’ And ‘Resonance’” (2008)

“PICNIC 2008: ‘Three Days of Miracle and Wonder?'” (2008)

SONAR 2006 Review (2006)

“Lowell Boyers: Inhale Exhale” (2006)

“Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral? Headless Two-Headed Hydra,
or, the Art of Michael Rees”(2005)Screen Shot 2014-01-22 at 3.33.13 PM

“Pioneers of Art and Science: Metzger (review of Gustav Metzger DVD)” (2005)

Telematic Embrace: A Love Story? Roy Ascott’s Theories of Telematic Art (2001)

“Divided We Stand: Interactive Art and the Limits of Freedom” (1997)

“Jeffrey Shaw’s Golden Calf: Art Meets Religion and Virtual Reality” (1994)



<< Ph.D. Dissertation >>

Art In The Information Age:  Cybernetics, Software, Telematics and the
Conceptual Contributions
 of Art and Technology to Art History and Aesthetic Theory. Duke University, 2001.



<< Documentary Film >>

Free Space:  Process – Collaboration – Performance (28 min, color, 2003)



<< Bio and Full Academic CV >>

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Written by Edward Shanken

9 February, 2009 at 1:52 pm

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