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Ars Electronica 96: Memesis The Future of Evolution

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


  • Computer graphics software,
  • Impact of computing & IT on society,
  • Social forecasting, futurology,
  • Art And Society,
  • Technology And Society,
  • Art,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Fine Arts

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Edition Notes

ContributionsGerfried Stocker (Editor), Christine Schopf (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages447
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9020548M
ISBN 10321182846X
ISBN 109783211828465

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Seit der Gründung im Jahr hat sich Ars Electronica als Festival für "Kunst, Technologie und Gesellschaft" zu einem international maßgeblichen Forum für die Auseinandersetzung mit der soziokulturellen Dimension der digitalen Revolution etabliert und ist jährlicher Treffpunkt der Weltelite der Computerkünstler, Philosophen und Wissenschaftler geworden.   Buy Ars Electronica 96 by Gerfried Stocker, Christine Schopf from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ This book can be found in: Ars Electronica Memesis - The Future of Evolution (Hardback) Gerfried Stocker (editor), Christine Schopf (editor), C. Schoepf Pages: Main Ideas of Ars Electronica 96 Memesis - a hybrid composed of Richard Dawkins' meme [coined by analogy with gene ] and " genesis " - is the watchword of the Ars Electronica Festival. Memes: cultural information units, cognitive behavioural patterns that propagate themselves and replicate through communication, a paradigm of a "culture. the memesis critique by richard barbrook. a critique of the Memesis statement of Ars Electronica ' ASSERTION 1 >The human being, characterized by a remarkable ability to process information.

in "Ars Electronica Festival 96 Memesis" Vienna:Springer. THE INTERSECTION OF ART AND INTERACTIVITY by Don Ritter "I sometimes think, Harry, that there are only two eras of importance in the world's history. The first is the appearance of a new medium for art " (Oscar Wilde, ). critique of the Memesis statement of Ars Electronica '96 Collective Intelligence book review of Collective Intelligence: Mankind's Emerging World in Cyberspace by Pierre Levy Memes: Self-Replicants or Mysticism? Are memes, as evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins coined them in , self-replicating ideas that evolve like living organisms by. In this interview especially for Ars Electron art critic and cultural theorist Nova Delahunty spoke with gashgirl, Josephine Starrs and Julianne Pierce, members of the Australian computer art group VNS Matrix. Nova: In you created the image A cyberfeminist manifesto for the 21st century. This paper reports on the creation of interactive computer installations that combine artificial life and real life by means of human-computer interactions. These installations have focused on real-time interactions and evolutionary image processes. Accordingly, visitors to the installations become essential parts of the systems by transmitting their individual behaviors, emotions, and.

  Since , Gerfried Stocker has been artistic director of Ars Electronica. In , he headed the crew of artists and technicians that developed the Ars Electronica Center’s pioneering new exhibition strategies and set up the facility’s in-house R&D department, the Ars Electronica Futurelab. Explore books by Gerfried Stocker with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Ars Electronica Memesis - The Future of Evolution (Hardback) Prix Ars Electronica (Book) Prix Ars Electronica. £ Book Page Prev. of 2 Next. Shopping with us. C. Sommerer and L. Mignonneau, “GENMA-Genetic Manipulator,” in Ars Electronica’ Memesis The Future of Evolution (Vienna/New York: Springer Verlag, ), C. Sommerer, “Collaboration between the Arts and the Sciences,” in Ars Electronica Center – Museum of the Future (Linz: Landesverlag, September ), to be published in: Ars Electronica Catalogue, Ingrid Fischer (ed.) (Springer, Vienna/New York, ) Evolution of Memes on the Network: from chain-letters to the global brain Francis Heylighen. Center "Leo Apostel", Free University of Brussels.