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Title Curating the digital : space for art and interaction / edited by David England, Thecla Schiphorst, Nick Bryan-Kinns
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2016
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (x, 183 pages) : illustrations (some color), digital ; 24 cm
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computer c rdamedia
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Series Springer series on cultural computing, 2195-9056
Springer series on cultural computing
Note Art.CHI Curating the Digital -- A Designerly Way of Curating: Reflecting on Interaction Design Methods for Curatorial Practice -- Dealing with Disobedient Objects -- Curating Lively Objects: Post-Disciplinary Affordances for Media Art Exhibitions -- A Percussion-Focussed Approach to Preserving Touch-Screen Improvisation -- A Free-form Medium for Curating the Digital -- ICT&ART Connect: Connecting ICT & Art Communities Project Outcomes -- Interactivity and User Engagement in Art Presentation Interfaces -- Investigating Design and Evaluation Guidelines for Interactive Presentation of Visual Art -- Virtual Reality, Game Design and Virtual Art Galleries -- Adaptable, Personalizable and Multi User Museum Exhibits
This book combines work from curators, digital artists, human computer interaction researchers and computer scientists to examine the mutual benefits and challenges posed when working together to support digital art works in their many forms. In Curating the Digital we explore how we can work together to make space for art and interaction. We look at the various challenges such as the dynamic nature of our media, the problems posed in preserving digital art works and the thorny problems of how we assess and measure audience's reactions to interactive digital work. Curating the Digital is an outcome of a multi-disciplinary workshop that took place at SICHI2014 in Toronto. The participants from the workshop reflected on the theme of Curating the Digital via a series of presentations and rapid prototyping exercises to develop a catalogue for the future digital art gallery. The results produce a variety of insights both around the theory and philosophy of curating digital works, and also around the practical and technical possibilities and challenges. We present these complimentary chapters so that other researchers and practitioners in related fields will find motivation and imagination for their own work
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Art and computers
Computer Science
User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction
Computer Appl. in Arts and Humanities
Alt Author England, David, editor
Schiphorst, Thecla, editor
Bryan-Kinns, Nick, editor
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