Truckenbrod, Joan
January 1992
Surface Design Journal;Winter92, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p17
Trade Publication
The article describes the integration of computers into the world of artistic expression. The author focuses on the ability of computers to process images, and believes that for an artistic audience, the most important facet of computers is the transformative nature of their functionality. The author also explores the effect of computers upon all aspects of the artistic field, including the individual artist, the creative process, and the artwork itself. According to the author, the inability of computers to function like humans through intuition or the processing of experiences requires computer users to use technology in a creative manner. The article also explores future technology, speculating on the possibility of three-dimensional digitally moldable media.


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