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Glass : re-materializing the digital screen

de Bruyn, Dirk 2012, Glass : re-materializing the digital screen, Deakin University Art Gallery, Burwood, Vic..

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Title Glass : re-materializing the digital screen
Creator(s) de Bruyn, Dirk
Year presented 2012
Year created 2012
Source Glassimations : Deakin University Art Gallery
Publisher Deakin University Art Gallery
Place of publication Burwood, Vic.
Material type catalog
Resource type book chapter
Description of resource 1 chapter: 4 p.
Keyword(s) glass
animation
digital media
Summary Glass has a long history of manipulating light. Though lost to digital media and discernible in experimental film practice a physical relationship to light still operates in glass art.In our digitally dominated situation, glass's materiality, luminosity and malleability positions this medium uniquely to comment on both digital media's strengths and absences.
Notes In catalogue of exhibition held at Deakin University Art Gallery, 2 June to 14 July 2012. Curated by Lienors Torre.
Language eng
Field of Research 190201 Cinema Studies
190299 Film, Television and Digital Media not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 890401 - Animation and Computer Generated Imagery Services
HERDC Research category J2 Minor original creative work
ERA Research output type JO3 Original creative work - Textual work
Copyright notice ©2012, The Creator
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30049162

 
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