cyberart


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Noun1.cyberart - art that is produced with the help of computer hardware and software
art, fine art - the products of human creativity; works of art collectively; "an art exhibition"; "a fine collection of art"
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Abstract: This article contextualizes chicana cyberart in the decolonial conception of the region of Aztlan, confirming clearly that "Latin America is not entirely in the territory which carries its name" (CANCLINI, 2008).
73) See Kurzweil CyberArt Technologies Inc, Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet (2001) <http://www .
Examples of cyberart, which Zawojski regards as the avant-garde of the digital age, are interactive installations, software art, virtual reality art and digital music.
Frequently researched topics include film, video, cyberart and club cultures.
They range in style from narrative accounts of how women learned to use technology to academic research on patterns of online use among women to feminist criticism of reproductive and genetic engineering to cyberart and cyberpoetry.
Cyberart - collaborations between creative machines and human visual artists, musicians, and authors-is emerging and increasingly taken seriously.
For the past quarter-century they have been conducting cyberart experiments with the help of the government and corporations.
1 "Tener acceso a una computadora con conexion a Internet, sea propia, prestada o alquilada en un cyberart.
Recently, Cohen collaborated with Kurzweil CyberArt Technologies to make AARON available to everyone.
It's an outstanding example of artificial intelligence in action," said Raymond Kurzweil, CEO of Kurzweil CyberArt Technologies Inc.
com, a comprehensive online resource for family practice physicians, which has also developed a virtual patient; Kurzweil CyberArt Technologies (www.
He holds a PhD in Communication Studies from UQAM (Montreal) for his thesis Artificial Life as Media and teaches Electronic Arts in the Department of Studio Arts at Concordia University (Intermedia/ Cyberarts Program), where he is a Full Professor.