Miguel Carvalhais 

680 THB


Out of stock

Categories: ,


Art and Computation

Miguel Carvalhais 


Published by V2_Publishing 

Rotterdam, Netherlands

17 x 11 cm, 128 pages, b/w, offset, glue bound, softcover

Designed by Joke Brouwer

What is computational art? How does it involve us in unprecedented aesthetic relationships, making us part of works and even transfor­ming them? This book looks at how computation causes an ontolo­gical shift that turns dynamics, causality, and cognition into central components of art, artistic practices, and aesthetics. Computational art is more conceptual than perceptual; it is performative, experien­tial, situated, experimental, creative, and intersubjective. Computa­tional art is unstable, generative, and irreducible, and as such, it has unique transformative potential. ‘Art and Computatio’n calls attention to computation as a tool, material, medium, and art. It calls for de­veloping aesthetic experiences predicated on our engagement with and attunement to the computational core of art.

ISBN 9789082893557