Intersecting Art and Technology in Practice: Techne/Technique/Technology

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Camille C Baker, Kate Sicchio
Taylor & Francis, Dec 19, 2016 - Performing Arts - 242 pages
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This book focuses on the artistic process, creativity and collaboration, and personal approaches to creation and ideation, in making digital and electronic technology-based art. Less interested in the outcome itself – the artefact, artwork or performance – contributors instead highlight the emotional, intellectual, intuitive, instinctive and step-by-step creation dimensions. They aim to shine a light on digital and electronic art practice, involving coding, electronic gadgetry and technology mixed with other forms of more established media, to uncover the practice-as-research processes required, as well as the collaborative aspects of art and technology practice.


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Theme 1 Artistic ProcessChallenges
Theme 2 Collaborations
Theme 3 Shared Knowledge
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Camille C Baker is a Reader in the School of Communication Design, University for the Creative Arts, Epsom, UK. She is a media artist/curator/Reader in digital media with recent work in participatory mobile and sensor performance using wearable technologies, now exploring creative coding and electronic development for smart-fashion projects. She explores new mechanisms to elicit engaging experiences using evolving approaches to participatory performance. Her website is

Kate Sicchio is Visiting Assistant Professor, Integrated Digital Media, New York University, USA. She works at the interface of technology and choreography. Her work includes performances, installations, web and video projects. She has presented work internationally across the US, Canada, Germany, Australia, Belgium and the UK at venues such as the V&A (London), EU Parliament (Brussels), Banff New Media Institute (Banff) and Arnolfini Art Centre (Bristol UK). Her website is

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