The simulated presence, a critical response to electronic imaging : Institute for Studies in the Arts, Arizona State University, February 17-20, 1993. pref. Muriel Magenta Richard Loveless, Dan Collins, Gene Youngblood, Patrick Clancy, Carl Eugene Loeffler, Linnea Dayton, Mark Poster.
The simulated presence, a critical response to electronic imaging : Institute for Studies in the Arts, Arizona State University, February 17-20, 1993
The simulated presence, a critical response to electronic imaging : Institute for Studies in the Arts, Arizona State University, February 17-20, 1993
The simulated presence, a critical response to electronic imaging : Institute for Studies in the Arts, Arizona State University, February 17-20, 1993
The simulated presence, a critical response to electronic imaging : Institute for Studies in the Arts, Arizona State University, February 17-20, 1993
The simulated presence, a critical response to electronic imaging : Institute for Studies in the Arts, Arizona State University, February 17-20, 1993

The simulated presence, a critical response to electronic imaging : Institute for Studies in the Arts, Arizona State University, February 17-20, 1993

(Tempe, AZ): Arizona State University, Institute for Studies in the Arts, 1993. Hardcover. Paper portfolio (9.25 inches) featuring 6 handsewn pamphlets and a 27 minute VCR tape. All on the electronic image and video art, with talks on virtual reality, interactive fiction, an exploration of the politics of Spike Lee's 'Do the Right Thing,' and other challenges facing artists who work with electronic imaging. Each pamphlet is about 20 pp, very po-mo in appearance. With translucent contents sheet and memo. Light wear to the ribbon that wraps around and affixes the portfolio else fine. OCLC locates only a single copy of this in institutions: BANF Center for Arts, Canada. Near Fine. Item #H5721

Price: $175.00