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  • Color Plates

Color Plate A


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No. 1.

Mark Amerika, Screenshot of FILMTEXT 2.0, 2002. While navigating through FILMTEXT, the visitor is invited to take part in an ambient game space. At times political, philosophical and playful, the site attempts to engage the visitor with a new kind of visual literacy.

© Mark Amerika


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No. 2.

Stéphan Barron, Le Bleu du Ciel, installation, 1994. The figure shows the digital sky below the spectator and turned toward the real sky in the installation. The digital sky is the average color of two different real skies: the one above the spectator and another situated 1,000 km south. Contemplating the digital sky should lead to an extension of the spectators' consciousness. (See Global Crossings article by Julien Knebusch.)

© Stéphan Barron. Photo © François Labastie.

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Color Plate B


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No. 1.

Phra Hans Ulrich Kaempfer and Sheila Pinkel. An altar bearing flax fabric rolls with Earth Music notations.

Photo © Sheila Pinkel


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No. 2.

Tevfik Akgun, digital marbled paper, 512*512 pixels, 2002. The work is completed following use of rotation and repetitive effects obtained using the upward comb mode.

© B. Tevfik Akgun

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Additional Information

ISSN
1530-9282
Print ISSN
0024-094X
Pages
pp. 15-16
Launched on MUSE
2004-02-27
Open Access
No
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