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Art in the Electronic Age timeline

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kane tolinski

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Art in the Electronic Age timeline
by: Kane Tolinski
POP ART (1952)
Pop Art is the artistic representation of Globalization technology. It is one and the same with all technological advancements of the time. As well as the effect it took on society.
(DIY) electronic instruments (1954)
(DIY) stands for Do it Yourself, this concept was applied to the creation of sound-scapes with the use of homemade electronic interments. This style is best defined by the jazz group Sun Ra, who's music was primarily created with these instruments. It was pivotal in creating there space like sound.
Interference (1964)
The technology to interfere with the flow of electrons to a color T.V. set sent modern artist Nam June Paik on the course for his career. This was the art of manipulating images that would appear normal for a T.V. and warping there quality's to create something completely new. This practice was a fore runner to modern glitch art.
Discovering Chance (1953)
When artist John Cage read the book I Ching it inspired him to take the book about chance and apply it to art. The result is art that replicates life in that it does not have a set outcome. The work he created with it sound different every time there preformed.
The Video Frexx (1969) were a art collective that met at Woodstock. the group made a series of short video segments and broadcasted them. the purpose of this was try and take a cooperate tool and use it as a independent medium for art.
Installation art (1954)
Installation took art into the three dimensional realm. This opened up a multitude of new options when discarding the limitations of 2D art. This art form was taken on in it's early stages by artist such as Michael Fried.
mixed media art
An example of mixed media art would be collage art. works like "Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?" (1956). Mixed media art can be any combination of mediums for artwork.
Interactive Art 1971
Artists began to use new technology to create interactive pieces which were effected by the audience. Works of this nature were featured in venues like burning man at it's beginning. An example of a interactive piece would be "Massive Room Filled with Balloons"
Stop Motion Animation
Stop Motion Animation is the art style of slowing moving a scene to create continuity. An example of this would be Wallace and Gromit (1989). The style is known to be a slow undertaking.
Mothlight (1963) was a piece
designed to avoid having moths
die in vain. This work like many others would not have been possible if it were not for the medium of film. one of the most basic roots of video art.
digital video recorders made film making incredibly more affordable opening up the film world to multitude of artist. An example of art made on this medium would be "Perfect Leader" (1984)
Traditional Animation
Traditional animation took form in the early 20th century. A early example of this form would be the film Pinocchio (1940). Walt Disney was a pioneer of this art form.
Computer Animation
Computer animation is the most modern form of animation. An example of it would be the the video work of The Gorillaz (2008. The music collective is made up of animated characters.
Sigil Art
Sigil art has existed since before recorded history but has recently returned with the works of men like Kenneth Anger (1957). Sigil art is art with hidden symbols with the intent of effecting reality. This practice is made possible by the invention of sacred geometry
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