No Oil Painting: digital originals and slow prints

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Abstract

Slow technology is…in part a reaction against the impulses toward instantaneity afforded by digital technology. This paper explores the slow work of a contemporary ‘analogue’ painter in the context of current research enquiry into digital art, authenticity and value. A group of artists were recruited to take part in in depth interviews conducted in their studios. The paper describes the artist’s resolutely non digital practice and outlines a concept design for a ‘slow print’ based on his work.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jun 2012
EventSlow Technology: Critical Reflection and Future Directions (in conjunction with DIS 2012) - Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Duration: 12 Jun 2012 → …

Workshop

WorkshopSlow Technology: Critical Reflection and Future Directions (in conjunction with DIS 2012)
Period12/06/12 → …

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