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The 'Digital Art' Movement
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Digital art is a general term for a range of artistic works & practices that use digital technology as an essential part of the creative & presentation process. (Wiki)
[1956-1958] 'The Pioneers',
Artists & visual designers began coding the first computer programs to become aesthetically pleasing; video installation experiments appeared.
[1986 - 1996] 'The Paintbox Era',
the focus was on the use of paint programs & scanners rather than computer programming.
Mobile, Digital Art by David Scott Leibowite.
Digital Painting by Carlyn Beccia.
Luke Feldman's website: www.skaffs.com
Luke Feldman is an Australian digital artist, illustrator & animator.
He's influenced by artists such as Dali, Escher, Tim Burton, Dr Seuss, as well as Chinese fairy tales & Asian culture.
He starts off by sketching his ideas & then scans them into his computer, where he uses flash, illustrator & photoshop to develop his work.
1996 - 2006 - now
[1996 - 2006] 'The Multimedia Era',
with internet & interactivity creating new relationships between artists & audiences globally.
Portable devices, ipads, iphones etc... mean we can create digital art anytime, anyplace, anywhere, (if we have power, wifi)