With technological advances a new
generation of art interpretation and expression has evolved.
Traditional and contemporary artists are adopting, learning and
exploring the latest trends in technology and, realising the potency,
are presenting works that are not only advancing the genre, but also,
like ripples from a stone thrown into a still pond, influencing across
disciplines. Thus, repercussions are evident beyond what has
traditionally been deemed the art field. The thinking and creative
process has changed, the traditional aesthetic is addressed and
questioned, ones imagination can more than ever be realised through
the opportunities that are embedded in the genus.
The computer programmer can increasingly be regarded as an artisan
co-creator; interactive computer graphics and other modalities of
stimuli are implemented more than ever to augment performance
composition/design and often used as a virtual partner; and the advent
of sensor technology into performance has helped to inspire a new
manifold entity the programmer/designer/performer/director/producer,
etc., and any combination thereof. Thus, for example, the dancer,
musician, or painter can undertake to develop digital competences to
realise the dream of the articulated New. The Technical Revolution has
arrived with an exhibited agency that is reflected through the genre of
Digital Art and related topics.
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