"This article maps two divergent trajectories within a narrowly defined sphere of short-form, time-based digital media created between 1995 and 2005. These works are considered in relation to the historical avant-garde - particularly the Structural film movement of the 1960s and 70s - and analyzed as responses to a range of cultural concerns specific to the digital age. The analysis identifies movement toward two terminal points: first, a mode of remix-based montage inspired by open source programming communities and peer-to- peer networks; and second, the emergence of a mode of imaging termed the 'digital analogue', which foregrounds the material basis of digital production." -- "Abstract," Steve F. Anderson
1 COPY IN THE NEXT
The N. Katherine Hayles Collection
Published in 2007 by Digital Humanities Quarterly.
This copy was given to the Electronic Literature Lab by Dr. N. Katherine Hayles in December of 2017.
COPY MEDIA FORMAT