This is a collection of books by authors and artists whose work centers around research into the artistic use and application of digital technologies. This new field encompasses a heterogeneous collection of artistic, technological and scientific disciplines and is therefore characterized by inter- and transdisciplinary collaboration. The series makes a significant contribution to the development of the discipline.
Real Projects for Real People Volume 1 is a reflection on the work of The Patching Zone.
"Making Art of Databases" is a series of essays on experiments deploying databases in interactive, dynamic artworks.
"aRt&D: Research and Development in Art" provides a unique insight in the art practice where artists write about their personal experiences, and also develops a theoretical framework for their projects.
(e-Book) What are the ethical, aesthetic and political stakes in understanding a world view in which humans are no longer at the centre?
"Book for the Electronic Arts" describes 25 years of developing electronic art, necessitating a continuous reevaluation of the classic concepts of art.