Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology 

by Stephen Wilson
Professor, Conceptual/Information Arts, Art Department, San Francisco State University

MIT Press/Leonardo Books 
2002



Information Arts offers one of the only comprehensive international surveys of artists working at the frontiers of scientific inquiry and emerging technologies.  Its goal is to describe this art, explore its theoretical rationales, and alert readers to possible future directions.  It is also one of the only sources available that reviews cutting edge techno-scientific research in a way accessible to those without extensive technical backgrounds.  It will be of interest to artists, art historians, electronic media designers, technologists, scientists, researchers, and more general audiences interested in the future of research that will have significant impact on the culture.
 

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Links to More Information




For more information about Wilson's essays and artwork and for updated links to artists, research, texts, and organizations discussed in the book contact the links below:
 
 
  • Stephen Wilson site including essays and documentation of art work
  • Artists' Work links (categorized by areas of research - updates artists in the book)
  • Art Festivals, Competitions, & Shows
  • Art Organizations, Journals, Research Centers, Research Organizations, Aternative Science
  • Online Essays - Theory Resources - Syllabi
  • Introduction to Emerging Research Areas of Interest to Artists  (research in areas such as biology, materials science, alternative interfaces, robotics, artificial intelligence, telepresence, etc.)

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    Compiled by Stephen Wilson, Professor, Conceptual/Information Arts (CIA) Program , Art Dept, San Francisco State University