“Digital Image-Digital Photography” by Kirchman

  • ©Susan Kirchman




    Digital Image-Digital Photography



    The SIGGRAPH 1990 Art Show Committee decided to sponsor an exhibition of works that concentrate on the interaction of photographic imagery and computer technology [1]. This exhibition came about because of one interesting aspect of computer-mediated artworks that has been developing over the last several years. As the curator of this exhibition, I chose to put together a group of works that investigate not only the technical combination of these media but also the conceptual basis for choosing such tools of investigation, collaboration and production.


    “Digital Image-Digital Photography,” 26 June through 3 September 1990, J. Erik Jonsson Central Library Gallery, Dallas, TX.
    E. Parada, quote from the artwork Define/Defy The Frame, an ‘unfolding exhibition,’ published by the University Art Museum, State University of New York at Binghamton, 1990.
    T. Druckery, “L’Amour Faux,” Digital Photography, (1988) p. 9.
    Druckery [3].
    D. Cox, “The Tao of Postmodernism: Computer Art, Scientific Visualization and Other Paradoxes,” Leonardo Supplemental Issues Computer Art in Context (1989) p. 11.

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