Rethinking the Dissension between Software and Generative Art

By Pauline de Souza.

Published by The Technology Collection

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Over a number of years the relationship between software and generative art has created some negative responses between the two art forms. Yet both Internet art forms both depend heavily on distribution and information exchange, either due to the content of a particular work or exchange. As technology advances at a greater rate it is important to consider how artists are using these forms to enage with social practice on the net and else where. The process of software and generative art can provide a different approach or understanding to internet art.

Keywords: Software Art, Generative Art

The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.13-26. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 3.210MB).

Pauline de Souza

Programme Leader, Visual Theories Department, University of East London, London, London, UK

Pauline de Souza is senior lecture/programme leader at the University of East London. Her main interests are contemporary art and has written number of articles on contemporary art. She is also Director of Diversity Art Forum who has recently curated digital work for the India Media Arts Festival that takes place in India in Jan. 2010. Diversity Art Forum has recently supported Underconstruction (Portugal) and are working with Eastside Project Space in England (2009-10).


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