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The art of mechanical reproduction : technology and aesthetics from Duchamp to the digital /

Tamara Trodd.

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Author: Trodd, Tamara Jane
Published: Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, 2015.
Topics: Arts - Reproduction. | Art - Reproduction. | Technology and the arts. | Art and technology. | Industrial arts. | ART - Techniques - General.
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245 14|aThe art of mechanical reproduction :|btechnology and aesthetics from Duchamp to the digital /|cTamara Trodd.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 |aIntroduction. The art of mechanical reproduction -- Mnemotechnics. Oil-transfer -- Investing in drawing -- Apparatus -- Camera-seeing -- Seeing machines. The panorama device -- Collage -- Large Glass/shop window -- Ball-joint, Rotoreliefs, Guitar -- Camera vision. Painting shadows -- Automatic drawing -- Screening the body -- Screen memories -- Xeroxing the medium. Working drawings -- Mapping "systems" -- Photo-plus-text -- The dialectical image -- Painting at a standstill. Don't look now -- The stilled and moving image -- Pathos formulae -- Farewell to the machine age? The film machine -- Mechanical ballets -- Dean's telescope -- Film machines after film.
520 |aThe purpose of this book is to explore the potential of new technological situations not only for attacking established aesthetical systems, but also for instituting new ones. This study shows how new artistic values may emerge directly from changing technological conditions, and how these new aesthetics may offer us insights into our current technological situation, as well as insights into a possible future. These issues are explored through an examination of the art of mechanical reproduction, meaning both the transformation of art-making and viewing by new technologies, and the liquidation of inherited cultural tradition brought about by the advent of technological production and technologically supported mass culture in the early twentieth century.
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