STATION ROSE: 3 decades of digital art
STATION ROSE 30.0
The Walls of the new Systems will be Liquid
Ed. by STATION ROSE
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- Contains AUGMENTED REALITY
- Documentation on digital art as the latest art form
- Positions beyond the academic mainstream of media art
- Edition Angewandte - Book Series of the University of Applied Arts Vienna
Aims and Scope
In 2018, the artist Elisa Rose and the musician Gary Danner will have been involved in digital art for 30 years as STATION ROSE/STR. During that time, there was a transformation from a purely analog to a new, irretrievably interwoven digital/analog world. Back in 1988, STR posited: "The outcome of this history will take place everywhere". Now it really is taking place everywhere – the world is permanently networked and monitored, it is more transparent, but also more controlled.
How have art and music changed? On the subject of "30.0", STR – who for years were abroad and are now back in Vienna – unfold their topics of recent years: exhibitions, installations, performances, the Net, nature, compositions, TV and radio productions. STATION ROSE 30.0 is an AUGMENTED BOOK and contains texts by Angela Stief, Katharina Gsöllpointner, Nate Hitchcock, Lucas Gehrmann, and others.
- 248 pages
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