Interactive Futures – 2007

Interactive Futures 2007 ( November 15 – 17 ) Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

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Transdisciplinary Digital Art

Transdisciplinary Digital Art: Sound, Vision and The New Screen
Edited by Randy Adams, Steve Gibson & Stefan Müller Arisona

book coverTransdisciplinary Digital Art is a collection of papers from two parallel conferences: Digital Art Weeks in Zurich and Interactive Futures in Victoria, Canada. The term transdisciplinary distinguishes the practice from the older term, interdisciplinary, because the latter term implies a certain detachment between mediums. Transdisciplinary, on the other hand, suggests a level of direct connection across mediums. This acknowledges that there are varying levels of skill, but also states that transdisciplinary work engages practitioners in unique fashion, where each participant strives to better understand necessary processes and concepts at more than superficial levels. From the technical to the philosophical to the poetic, the papers in this collection cover a range of topics related to digital tools and the creation of expressive digital works. The volume, as a whole, furthers an understanding of and an engagement with our apparent transdisciplinary future.

One Comment

  1. runran Says:

    I take this opportunity to thank the scholars who made the editing of Transdisciplinary Digital Art such a pleasure. I learned much.

    Fair winds and safe harbour.


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