The Future of Art in a Postdigital Age: From Hellenistic to Hebraic Consciousness

Intellect Books, 2011 - 270 páginas
Publisher's description: In The Future of Art in a Postdigital Age, artist and educator Mel Alexenberg offers a prophetic vision of a postdigital future that reveals a paradigm shift from the Hellenistic to the Hebraic roots of Western culture. The author surveys new art forms emerging from a postdigitial age that address the humanization of digital technologies. He ventures beyond the digital to explore postdigital perspectives rising from creative encounters between art, science, technology, and human consciousness. New chapters Postdigital Perspectives: Rediscovering Ten Fingers and Wiki Perspectives: Multiform Unity and Global Tribes have been added to chapters on semiotic, morphological, kabbalistic, and halakhic perspectives. The interrelationships between these alternative perspectives demonstrate the confluence between postdigital art and the dynamic, creative, open-ended Jewish structure of consciousness. Alexenberg's pioneering artwork - a vibrant fusion of spiritual and technological realms exemplifies and complements the theoretical thesis of his book. A revolutionary investigation into interactive and collaborative forms that imaginatively envisages the vast potential of art in a postdigital future.

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Authors Note for Postdigital Edition
Postmodern Paradigm Shift From Hellenistic to Hebraic Consciousness
Postdigital Perspectives Rediscovering Ten Fingers
Semiotic Perspectives Redefining Art in a Postdigital Age
Morphological Perspectives SpaceTime Structures of Visual Culture
Kabbalistic Perspectives Creative Process in Art and Science
Wiki Perspectives Multiform Unity and Global Tribes
Halakhic Perspectives Creating a Beautiful Life
About the Author
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Mel Alexenberg is head of the School of the Arts at Emuna College in Jerusalem.

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