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Title: Terrenys erms : analitzar les pràctiques artístiques digitals
Authors: Pagès Parra, Ruth
Other: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3)
Art, estètica i nous mitjans. AENM
Keywords: Digital artistic practices
New media
Issue Date: Jun-2006
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3)
Type: Research paper
Series/Report no.: Working paper series
Abstract: This paper looks at whether digital artistic practices really constitute a closed world and, thus, can be analysed on their own terms, or whether the study needs contextual analysis, relating them to their surroundings. In this case, possible surroundings would include contemporary art in general, which, indeed, has often quickly legitimated this type of practice. We need to ask, however, whether this fast track legitimisation has not highlighted the lack of knowledge and understanding on both sides. In the past, too many attempts were made to examine digital artistic practices self-referentially, without contextualisation and only in terms of this world itself, often reducing them simply to technical advances. The art world has recently legitimated these practices directly, leading to their suddenly forming part of museums. However, neither of these two options has led, in fact, to a true analysis as neither of them has allowed for examination of the context or of the actual repercussions these practices have in other ambits.
Description: Peer-reviewed
Language: Catalan
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