|Armin Medosch on Thu, 12 Dec 2013 15:59:40 +0100 (CET)|
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|Re: <nettime> History of Computer Art, chap. V|
Thomas,my reply was in no way meant to be a "critique" of the whole project as John Hopkins wrongly insinuated. It is just a critique of the title which projects a false universal. The work as a whole, I stick to my first line, it is laudable, more than that, a great project, and good that you make it accessible online. I would love to contribute to a more polyphonous history of computer arts, but that remains a matter of funding, as my capacity for free labour is limited and already taken up by writing projects of my own.
continue the good work Armin On 12/12/2013 02:20 AM, Thomas Dreher wrote:
To the criticism of "The History of Computer Art" (URL: http://iasl.uni-muenchen.de/links/GCA_Indexe.html): The online publication allows to develop the project as an open project (updates possible). This history describes early works, not the context of computer art in different countries. Relevant for the works included were the informations I was able to gather about their technology because otherwise I can?t describe the computing processes. So I updated my description of James Seawrights installations "Electronic Peristyle" (1968) and "Network III" (1971) with the informations the artist sent to me via e-mail (see chap. II.3.3).
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