The digital world is all around us, with new technologies and technological advances developed seemingly every day. The ever-resilient world of art has responded, embarking over the course of the past several decades upon the exploration of ways in which digital and traditional artistic media can combine. These intriguing intersections are the inspiration for Digital Art, one of the most comprehensive volumes available on the topic of the digital art age.
Written by Christiane Paul, a professor at The New School, this book pulls together the fascinating history of digital art. From its emergence in the 1980s to its ongoing innovations today, this newly updated and improved edition overflows with illustrations and is guaranteed to enlighten its readers.