Description - A Computer in the Art Room by Catherine Mason
This is a thoroughly approachable review, following four years of research. The experiences of the pioneers in the use of computers in art have never been researched before and with the rarity of computers and the lack of access to them, the part played by art colleges was crucial. This is a book for artists, art students, academics and art historians - but it is also a well illustrated exposure of British social history.The book is aimed primarily at artists, students and academics. It features an original contribution to cultural knowledge, and documents previously unrecorded aspect of British arts education. The book is set out in a thorough but approachable manner.
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(270mm x 200mm x 23mm)
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Book Reviews - A Computer in the Art Room by Catherine Mason
Author Biography - Catherine Mason
Catherine Mason was born in Australia, raised in the United States and trained in art history in London, gaining degrees from the University of London and City University. Since 1994 she has been involved in the artworld variously as an educator, researcher and exhibitions organiser. In 2002 she began researching British computer arts at the School of History of Art at Birkbeck University, London. This book is the result.