Analogital: Perceptual Evolution - Exhibition Views
Cory Arcangel; Juliette Bonneviot; Spartacus Chetwynd; Vuk Cosic; Chris Coy; Harm van den Dorpel; Constant Dullaart; Lauren Elder; Daniel Everett; Mark Flood; Christian Jankowski; Oliver Laric; Mark Leckey; Joep van Liefland; Eva and Franco Mattes; Ciprian Muresan; Rob Pruitt; Borna Sammak; John Sparagana; Ignacio Uriarte; Utah Teapot; Jennifer West; Jordan Wolfson;
2013-01-18 - 2013-04-20
Digital photographsDigital printsDigital videocomputer image-making processes and techniquescultural artifactscultural movements and attitudes
Digitized by Utah Museum of Contemporary Art; hosted by Salt Lake Community College Digital Archives.
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Original version: Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (UMOCA); Archival digital version: SLCC Digital Archives. CREATIVE COMMONS Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International.
Analogital is an exhibition of international artists who engage with concepts generated from the transitional space between analogue and digital. Specifically the notion analyzes the forms that emerge from our culture’s conversion from film grain to computer pixel. However, more broadly the term identifies a perceptual evolution in the human experience and its mediation.