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The Resource Movement, Time, Technology, and Art

Movement, Time, Technology, and Art

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Movement, Time, Technology, and Art
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Movement, Time, Technology, and Art
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Springer Series on Cultural Computing Ser
Movement, Time, Technology, and Art
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Movement, Time, Technology, and Art
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Contents
  • Contents -- 1 Introduction: Peculiar Time -- Abstract -- 1.1 Movement and Technology for Contemporary Audiences -- 1.2 What is Kinetic Sculpture and Kineticism? -- 1.3 Exhibiting Kinetic Art -- 1.4 Time, Contemporaneity, and Kinetic Art -- 1.5 What is Contemporary Art? -- 1.6 Talking about time -- 1.7 Chapter Outline -- References -- 2 Revolutions-Forms That Turn -- Abstract -- 2.1 Revolving, Rotating, Mirroring -- 2.2 Cum-Tempore (with Time) -- 2.3 Avant-Garde Kinetic Artworks at the Biennale -- 2.4 Conclusion: Contemporary Exhibition of Modern Kinesis -- References -- 3 Directions in Kinetic Art: Expanding Spectres of Time -- Abstract -- 3.1 Problems with Time and Technology in Art in the 1960s -- 3.2 Against Duration: Art and Objecthood -- 3.3 Directions in Kinetic Art at the Berkeley Museum (1966) -- 3.4 Orchestrating Time: Jean Tinguely's Auto-Destructive Machines -- 3.5 Conclusion: Technological Expansion and New Durations -- References -- 4 Systems Aesthetics: A Key Polemic in Contemporary Kinetic Art History -- Abstract -- 4.1 Key Understandings of Jack Burnham's 'Systems Esthetics' -- 4.2 Burnham's Turbulent Relationship with Kineticism -- 4.3 Hans Haacke's Kinetic Systems -- 4.4 Conclusion: Ontologically Unstable Movement Systems -- References -- 5 Digital Determinism: A Post-kinetic and Dematerialised Time -- Abstract -- 5.1 Popper's Post-kinetic Analysis -- 5.2 Technological Determinism -- 5.3 Breaking Away from Binary Associations -- 5.4 Anthony McCall's Line Describing a Cone -- 5.5 Movement as Emergent and Incipient -- 5.6 Materiality, Participation and Anticipation -- References -- 6 Three Key Influences of the Kinetic Aesthetic: Henri Bergson, László Moholy-Nagy and Naum Gabo -- Abstract -- 6.1 Resensationalising Early Modern Kineticism -- 6.2 Bergson: Modern Western Movement, and Duration
  • 6.3 Moholy-Nagy: New Perceptions of Time and Technological Expansion -- 6.4 Blurring Time with Virtual Volumes -- 6.5 Accumulating Temporalities -- 6.6 Pioneering a Kinetic a Consciousness of Time -- 7 Your Negotiable Panorama: The Seeping Edges of Perceiving Yourself Perceiving -- Abstract -- 7.1 Frank Popper: From Kinetic to Virtual Art -- 7.1.1 Your Negotiable Panorama -- 7.2 Intersections with the Virtual: Eliasson, Deleuze and Bergson -- 7.3 Deleuze's Crystalline Experiences of Temporality -- 7.4 Conclusion: Resensationalising Kinetic Trends -- References -- 8 Conclusion: Consciousness of Time: Looking Back and Moving Forward -- References -- Index
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