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Telepresence and Bio Art

Networking Humans, Rabbits and Robots (Studies in Literature and Science)

by Eduardo Kac

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by University of Michigan Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History of art & design styles: from c 1900 -,
  • Social Aspects,
  • Digital & Video,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Art,
  • Technology in art,
  • Technology / Social Aspects,
  • Biology in art,
  • General,
  • Kac, Eduardo,
  • Telecommunication in art

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages330
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7632857M
    ISBN 100472068105
    ISBN 109780472068104

    Hybrid arts is a contemporary art movement in which artists work with frontier areas of science and emerging technologies. Artists work with fields such as biology, robotics, physical sciences, experimental interface technologies (such as speech, gesture, face recognition), artificial . His book "Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science and Technology" published by MIT Press in surveys artists, theorists, and researchers working in advanced inquiries in fields such as biology, medicine, physics, artificial life, telepresence, body sensors, vr, . DIGITAL ART Christiane Paul, Author. Thames & Hudson $ (p) ISBN She is especially deft at laying the groundwork for such diverse practices as "telepresence" (beaming.


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Telepresence and Bio Art is the first book to document the evolution of bio art and the aesthetic development of Kac, the creator of the "artist's gene" as well as the controversial glow-in-the-dark, genetically engineered rabbit Alba.

Kac covers a broad range of topics within media art, including telecommunications media, interactive systems and the Internet, telematics and robotics, and the contact between electronic art Cited by: Telepresence and Bio Art is the first book to document the evolution of bio art and the aesthetic development of Kac, the creator of the "artist's gene" as well as the controversial glow-in-the-dark, genetically engineered rabbit Alba/5.

Eduardo Kac: Telepresence, Biotelematics, Transgenic Art [Peter Tomaz Dobrila, Aleksandra Kostic] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The essays in this book--some published here for the first time--discuss Eduardo Kac's work from telepresence to transgenic art. The book includes texts by Annick Bureaud.

Telepresence and Bio Art is the first book to document the evolution of bio art and the aesthetic development of Kac, the creator of the "artist's gene" as well as the controversial glow-in-the-dark, genetically engineered rabbit Alba. Telepresence and Bio Art is the first book to document the evolution Telepresence and Bio Art book bio art and the aesthetic development of Kac, the creator of the "artist's gene" as well as the controversial glow-in-the-dark, genetically engineered rabbit Alba.

Kac covers a broad range of topics within media art, including telecommunications media, interactive systems. "Telepresence and Bio Art" is the first book to document the evolution of bio art and the aesthetic development of Kac, the creator of the "artist's gene" as well as the controversial glow-in-the-dark, genetically engineered rabbit Alba.

Telepresence and Bio Art is the first book to document the evolution of bio art and the aesthetic development of Kac, the creator of the "artist's gene" as well as the controversial glow-in-the-dark, genetically engineered rabbit Alba.

Kac covers a broad range of topics within media art, including telecommunications media, interactive systems and the Internet, telematics and robotics, and the contact between electronic art.

Buy Telepresence and Bio Art: Networking Humans, Rabbits and Robots (Studies in Literature & Science (Paperback)) by Eduardo Kac, James Elkins (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Bio Art: From Genesis to Natural History of the Enigma Eduardo Kac ABSTRACT In I introduced the concept and the phrase "bio art", originally in relation to my artwork “Time Capsule” ().1 This work approached the problem of wet interfaces and human hosting of digital memory through the implantation of a microchip.

Telepresence and Bio Art: Networking Humans, Rabbits, and Robots is an essential document in the growing field of science, technology and art. Kac's mapping of the early histories of media, telecommunication and technology arts will continue to serve as a vital resource in understanding the Telepresence and Bio Art book of their methods, strategies and theories.

Telepresence and Bio Art is the first book to document the evolution of bio art and the aesthetic development of Kac, the creator of the "artist's gene" as well as the controversial glow-in-the-dark, genetically engineered rabbit Alba.

Kac covers a broad range of topics within media art, including telecommunications media, interactive systems and the Internet, telematics and robotics, and the contact between electronic art /5(19). Telepresence Telepresence and Bio Art book Bio Art is the first book to document the evolution of bio art and the aesthetic development of Kac, the creator of the \"artist\'s gene\" as well as the controversial glow-in-the-dark, genetically engineered rabbit Alba.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: "This book was published on the occasion of the following exhibitions by Eduardo Kac: Transgenic Art, Kibla Art Gallery, Maribor Slovenia, June; Genesis, Itaú Cultural Center, São Paulo, Brazil, June Septem ; GFP Bunny, Grenier à Sel, Avignon, France, June"--Title page verso.

Eduardo Kac is internationally recognized for his telepresence and bio art. His artistic practice explores the boundaries between the human and the. Over the past 20 years, he has more radically explored the possibilities of contemporary media technology for artmaking, a development documented in Telepresence & Bio Art: Networking Humans, Rabbits, & Robots (), a collection of Kac’s essays published between and2 with the essays grouped under the headings Author: Claus Clüver.

Program 3 - Bio Art. available on Eduardo Kac: Telepresence, Bio Art & Poetry []. Time Capsule, Brazil/U.S., color, sound, video Video documenting the artwork Time piece approached the problem of wet interfaces and human hosting of digital memory through the implanting of a microchip.

Eduardo Kac [ɛdwardoʊ kæts; ĕdwâr′dō kăts] () is a Brazilian-American contemporary artist and professor whose artworks that span a wide range of practices, including performance art, poetry, holography, interactive art, telematic art and transgenic art.

Awards: Ars Electronica Golden Nica. Summary. Essays on computer art and its relation to more traditional art, by a pioneering practitioner and a philosopher of artificial intelligence. In From Fingers to Digits, a practicing artist and a philosopher examine computer art and how it has been both accepted and rejected by the mainstream art world.

Eduardo Kac is internationally recognized for his telepresence and bio art. A pioneer of telecommunications art in the pre-Web ’80s, Eduardo Kac (pronounced “Katz”) emerged in the early ’90s with his radical works combining telerobotics and living organisms. His visionary integration of robotics, biology and networking explores the fluidity of subject positions in the post-digital [ ].

Books shelved as telematics: Total Recall: How the E-Memory Revolution Will Change Everything by C. Gordon Bell, Telepresence and Bio Art: Networking Hum. Among his publications were the essay collection Telepresence and Bio Art: Networking Humans, Rabbits, & Robots () and the poetry compilation Hodibis Potax ().

His artist’s book Escracho () became part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in. Now, Kac has gathered a number of these essays into Telepresence and Bio Art, a book that recasts the trajectory of art by tracing the development of his work from its modernist antecedents, through the computer-nerd-as-artist days of teletype art, to his latest biological art works.

BioArt is an art practice where humans work with live tissues, bacteria, living organisms, and life scientific processes such as biotechnology (including technologies such as genetic engineering, tissue culture, and cloning) the artworks are produced in laboratories, galleries, or artists' scope of BioArt is considered by some artists to be strictly limited to.

A book signing for "Telepresence and Bio Art – Networking Humans, Rabbits and Robots" will follow at 5 p.m. at Borders Bookstore, E. State St., West Lafayette. The book was published by University of Michigan Press in and costs $65 for the hardcover edition and $ for the paperback.

Eduardo Kac meets Joanna Zylinska in discussion. A talk and book signing will take place on Saturday the 20th June, 6pm. Introducing their work and sharing ideas on bio art and new species, the talk will be followed by a book signing by Eduardo Kac on his book Life Extreme.

Eduardo Kac is an artist who has pioneered telepresence and bio art. Here/There brings together media studies and art history in groundbreaking and insightful ways: linking drones to the history of video art, as well as tracing the history of telepresence in both fields.

Redefining the interface as an index, Paulsen confronts and explores the deeply contradictory nature of the interface—the ways in which it is both here and there, live and recorded—while Missing: Bio Art.

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Each motion of your arm, hand, and fingers is reproduced at another place by mobile, mechanical hands. Light, dexterous, and Missing: Bio Art.

Eduardo Kac is internationally recognized for his telepresence and bio art. A pioneer of telecommunications art in the pre-Web '80s, Eduardo Kac (pronounced "Katz") emerged in the early '90s with his radical works combining telerobotics and living organisms.

UC Davis’ Consilience of Art and Science Speaker Series is bringing Alba's creator to town to give a lecture titled "Telepresence and Bio Art.". Alba is the “GFP Bunny,” commissioned from a lab by Eduardo Kac.

His Web site describes Alba as transgenic art. This book is a must not only for those interested in telepresence, but for mass communication scholars of all kinds." — Kenneth A.

Lachan, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA Immersed in Media highlights the increasing significance of telepresence in the media field. Program 2 - Telepresence. available on Eduardo Kac: Telepresence, Bio Art & Poetry [].

The Ornitorrinco Project With Ed Bennett, U.S., color, sound, video. This video documents The Ornitorrinco Project, a telepresence artwork that pioneered the field of telerobotics and telepresence in art which lasted from to The Ornitorrinco Project was the first artwork that.

Internationally recognized for his work in telepresence and bioart, Kac presents here, translated into English for the first time, experimental poems, performances and visual works realized in the context of the Porn Art Movement, a vanguard that emerged in under a military dictatorship in Brazil.

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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: Bio Art. Eduardo Kac, “Alba/GFP Bunny/GFP Bunny” (): The “Bio-artist” spliced jellyfish DNA with a rabbit so that the rabbit’s fur had a pigment that glowed fluorescent green under UV light artist discusses his project in more detail in his book Telepresence & Bio Art.

You can learn more about him and his art when he speaks on "Telepresence and Bio Art" from to 8 p.m., Thursday, March 5 at the Consilience of Art and Science colloquium, sponsored by the Art/Science Fusion Program at the University of California, Davis. Bio. Eduardo Kac is a pioneering artist and writer who investigates the philosophical and political dimensions of communication.

Internationally known in the '80s as a pioneer of Telepresence Art, in the '90s Kac created the new categories of Biotelematics (art in which a biological process is intrinsically connected to digital networks) and Transgenic Art (new art form based on the use of.

Two hundred years after Mary Shelley published her epochal novel Frankenstein (), the Frankenstein Syndrome as a code of the fear of contemporary technology running out of control has become symptomatic for (post)modern crises of the human condition in times of accelerated technological progress which might change and threaten the very basics of life.

Telepresence and social implications by: Régine Debatty Yesterday marked the beginning of Institute for the Futures annual Tech Horizon conference. I have really been looking forward to this event since I got to meet so many visionary people at the last IFTF event.Fax art is art specifically designed to be sent or transmitted by a facsimile machine, where the "fax art" is the received "fax".It is also called telecommunications art or telematic art.

According to art historians Annmarie Chandler and Norie Neumark, "Fax art was another means of mediating distances", Fax art was first transmitted inbut that was not documented until Missing: Bio Art.Eduardo Kac, internationally known for his pioneering work in transgenic art, which utilizes genetic engineering techniques to create unique life forms, lectured Nov.

30, at the College of Architecture as part of the college’s Visiting Artist program, sponsored by the Texas A&M’s Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts.