This lesson discusses different examples of New Media art.
Image of Wolf Vostell, Elektronischer dé-coll/age Happening Raum, Creative Commons, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:EdHR.jpg; Image of Nam June Paik, Electronic Superhighway: Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii 1995-6, Creative Commons, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Electronic_Superhighway_by_Nam_June_Paik.jpg; Image of Kac, GFP Bunny, Creative Commons, http://www.transhumanism.gr/new/?p=396; Image of Stelarc, Ear on Arm, Creative Commons, http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Stelarc_Extra_Ear_Ear_on_Arm.jpg; Image of Cao Fei, RMB City, Creative Commons, http://vimeo.com/4272260
A technique of making art using science and mediums of biological or living materials.
A word that literally means “flow”; it is a conceptual artistic practice that finds intersections between media and other disciplines and often includes humor.
Artwork characterized by the use of computers, animations, or other technology generated medium.
Art that uses the medium of video and that is often considered experimental.
A method of making art that uses technology to create an environment and experience.