Exploring the networked image in ‘post’ art practices

Exploring the networked image in ‘post’ art practices

Above: Image from We Entomb Memoir published in Exploring the networked image in ‘post’ art practices.

Exploring the networked image in ‘post’ art practices, an article based on a conference paper from the Journal of Media Practice / MeCCSA Practice Network Symposium titled Post-Screen Cultures/Practices in 2016, published in Volume 8, Issue 2 of Virtual Creativity. The following is the papers abstract:

This article presents and discusses a series of four networked artworks undertaken since 2013. The artworks are performative, created within the web over a duration of time, are visible to an audience throughout their creation and as such can be considered as durational networked performances. Different in subject matter they overlap considerably in the themes, form and methods employed and constitute a body of research that explores the networked image in relation to a number of ‘post’ art practices. Specifically, this includes the questioning of media and form through postmedia, post-photographic, post-digital, post-Internet and post-screen practices in addition to addressing the manner in which the artist creates through post- disciplinary and postproduction methods.

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