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Postdigital artisans : craftmanship with a new aesthetic in fashion, art, design and architecture
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  • Postdigital artisans : craftmanship with a new aesthetic in fashion, art, design and architecture
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  • Amsterdam : Frame Publishers, [2015] ©2015
  • 2015
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • 296 pages color illustrations 30 cm
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  • Includes indexes.
  • Artists include: Faig Ahmed, Aranda/Lasch, Daniel Arsham, Art+Com Studios, Flavie Audi, Seon Ghi Bahk, Barry X Ball, Hicham Berrada, Amy Brener, Rogan Brown, Carnovsky, Jeongmoon Choi, Crabtree and Evans, Gehard Demetz, David DiMichele, Richard Dupont, Eno Henze, Bart Hess, Luke Jerram, Rachel de Joode, Ned Kahn, Žilvinas Kempinas, Anders Krisár, Li Hongbo, Tomáš Libertíny, Loop.pH, Geoffrey Mann, Matter Design, Nathalie Miebach, Claire Morgan, Junko Mori, Nobuhiro Nakanishi, Kohei Nawa, Katja Novitskova, Nucleo, Numen/For Use, Henrique Oliveira, Marilene Oliver, Roxy Paine, Jaume Plensa, Sruli Recht, Robert Seidel, Chiharu Shiota, Alyson Shotz, Michael Staniak, Phillip Stearns, Do Ho Suh, Maiko Takeda, The Unseen, Aldo Tolino, Troika, Jeroen Verhoeven, Joseph Walsh, Jólan van der Wiel, Thaddeus Wolfe, Tokujin Yoshioka, Sungfeel Yun, Jonathan Zawada, Zhan Wang, Zimoun.
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  • Introduction / Jonathan Openshaw -- Curation in the postdigital age: Interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist / Jonathan Openshaw -- Essay. Shadows of the digital: An atlas of fiducial architecture / Liam Young -- Forces -- Essay. Enchanted objects / David Rose -- Bodies -- Essay. Against the digital dualism / Nathan Jurgenson -- Surfaces -- Essay. Screens, surfaces and networks: Art in the digital age / Sarah Williams -- Particles -- Essay. Technology and human attainment / Professor Daniel Miller -- Structures -- Essay. Architecture: Digital speculation and physical practice / Mark Foster Gage -- Matter -- Essay. Craft in the digital age / Glenn Adamson.
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  • Digital technology now mediates much of our interaction with the world, and a vast majority of the images that we absorb daily come through a screen. The digital comes with its own aesthetic framework that cannot help but colour our experience of the world, and change our expectations of the objects that surround us. As the digital becomes ever more pervasive however, there is also a return to physical experiences that technology cannot satisfy. This is true across sectors, from immersive theatre to vinyl records, and although digital will undoubtedly dominate our future, there are pockets of resistance. This book will look at contemporary artisans who are deeply influenced by the digital world in which we live, but who reject processes such as 3D printing as a final output. Inspired by the internet and a screen-based aesthetic, they choose to craft things by hand, rendering a postdigital mindset in tactile materials, such as metal, glass and wood. It represents a return to the physical in the digital age.
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  • 9789491727610
  • 9491727613
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Digital technology has irreversibly changed how we see, think and act. A staggering number of us spend as much as half our waking hours online. Right now, more people are gazing at a screen than looking out a window. As we are drawn deeper into a symbiotic relationship with the digital, there is also a growing desire for more tactile, immersive experiences. Touch screens don't eliminate the need to touch something more palpable than an electronic visual display.

It's in this context that today's "postdigital artisans" operate. Inescapably influenced by the digital world, they nonetheless reject strictly screen-based design and total reliance on automated production, such as 3D printing. They advocate a return to craft, with objects made from clay, metal, glass and wood. They neither turn their backs on technology nor glorify nostalgia, but the high-tech honeymoon is over. They see materials as the heart of art, design, fashion and architecture.

Postdigital Artisans profiles sixty contemporary artists and designers, accompanied by rich illustrations of their work. Essays and interviews by and with leading figures such as Hans Ulrich Obrist, Nathan Jurgenson and Glenn Adamson deftly analyze all forms of postdigital creativity, from visual art and design to architecture and urban planning.

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