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A Light Green Light: Toward Sustainability in Practice By Gallery Calit2
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Exhibition catalog for "A Light Green Light: Sustainability in Practice" at gallery@calit2, Installations by Sabrina Raaf, Curated by Steve Dietz
A Light Green Light: Toward Sustainability in Practice By Gallery Calit2
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Exhibition catalog for "A Light Green Light: Sustainability in Practice" at gallery@calit2, Installations by Sabrina Raaf, Curated by Steve Dietz
Holy Fire. Art of the Digital Age By Domenico Quaranta, Yves Bernard
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Produced as a catalogue for the exhibition Holy Fire, Art of the Digital Age (2008), this book is more than a simple catalogue. Along with the works of the 27 artists in the exhibition it features... More > the editors' essays along with a collective interview involving some of the most important representatives of the new media art world. 
Holy Fire is not a book on new media art, but an exploration of the contemporary art of the digital age, and a pamphlet against the new media art paradigm and the self-isolation in which these practices evolved in the last sixty years.
 In the words of Régine Debatty: “Forget the new, drop the media, enjoy art.” With contributions by: 
Inke Arns & Jacob Lillemose, Alexei Shulgin, Vuk Cosic, Régine Debatty, Steve Dietz, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied, Patrick Lichty, Vicente Matallana, Eva & Franco Mattes, Christiane Paul, Magdalena Sawon & Tamas Banovich, Paul Slocum, Bruce Sterling, Michele Thursz, Mark Tribe, UBERMORGEN.COM, Karen A. Verschooren and many others.< Less
Holy Fire. Art of the Digital Age By Domenico Quaranta, Yves Bernard
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Produced as a catalogue for the exhibition Holy Fire, Art of the Digital Age (2008), this book is more than a simple catalogue. Along with the works of the 27 artists in the exhibition it features... More > the editors' essays along with a collective interview involving some of the most important representatives of the new media art world. 
Holy Fire is not a book on new media art, but an exploration of the contemporary art of the digital age, and a pamphlet against the new media art paradigm and the self-isolation in which these practices evolved in the last sixty years.
 In the words of Régine Debatty: “Forget the new, drop the media, enjoy art.” With contributions by: 
Inke Arns & Jacob Lillemose, Alexei Shulgin, Vuk Cosic, Régine Debatty, Steve Dietz, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied, Patrick Lichty, Vicente Matallana, Eva & Franco Mattes, Christiane Paul, Magdalena Sawon & Tamas Banovich, Paul Slocum, Bruce Sterling, Michele Thursz, Mark Tribe, UBERMORGEN.COM, Karen A. Verschooren and many others.< Less