Digital Image Technology: Its Influence on Prints and Photographs

IV Salon y Coloquio Internacional de Arte Digital
Conrad Gleber

Does or will digital technology influence the way prints and photographs are produced and seen? The simplest argument is settled by invoking the relationship between any product and the way it was made. Artworks reflect the medium from which they are made; consequently, experience with the object also reflects the medium. But what occurs to the rest of the integration process that we call culture?

What is culture? My definition of culture is the appropriation of values and practices that are made real by the shared activity of using information provided in a learning context. One example is artists who work together as a collaborative group (i.e. DUPP). A macro example might be a national gallery or national event like a biennial where an expansive survey of artwork is presented for the public to experience.

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