Digital Image Systems
Photography and New Technologies at the Düsseldorf School
Aims and Scope
How have digital technologies affected the truth claim of photography? What has been the artistic response to the technological and societal transformations the digital revolution has brought about?
Claus Gunti explores the widespread implications of the digital in the work of renowned photographers of the Düsseldorf School, Thomas Ruff, Andreas Gursky and Jörg Sasse, stretching from ties to conceptual art to the development of a globalized visual culture. The study provides a model for understanding the digital revolution in photography and shows that it ought to be understood beyond a strictly technological perspective.
- 390 pages
- Art,Digital,Culture,Computer,Germany,Düsseldorf School,Thomas Ruff,Andreas Gursky,Jörg Sasse,Art History of the 21st Century,European Art,Visual Studies,Fine Arts
- Professional and scholarly;