Digital Vision and the Ecological Aesthetic 1968 2018

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  • Author : Lisa FitzGerald
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Pages : 176 pages
  • ISBN : 1350051845
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Digital Vision and the Ecological Aesthetic 1968 2018

Digital Vision and the Ecological Aesthetic  1968   2018
  • Author : Lisa FitzGerald
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 10 December 2020
GET THIS BOOK Digital Vision and the Ecological Aesthetic 1968 2018

Digital technology has transformed the way that we visualise the natural world, the art we create and the stories we tell about our environments. Exploring contemporary digital art and literature through an ecocritical lens, Digital Vision and the Ecological Aesthetic (1968 - 2018) demonstrates the many ways in which critical ideas of the sublime, the pastoral and the picturesque have been renewed and shaped in digital media, from electronic literature to music and the visual arts. The book goes on to explore

Digital Vision and the Ecological Aesthetic 1968 2018

Digital Vision and the Ecological Aesthetic  1968   2018
  • Author : Lisa FitzGerald
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 10 December 2020
GET THIS BOOK Digital Vision and the Ecological Aesthetic 1968 2018

Digital technology has transformed the way that we visualise the natural world, the art we create and the stories we tell about our environments. Exploring contemporary digital art and literature through an ecocritical lens, Digital Vision and the Ecological Aesthetic (1968 - 2018) demonstrates the many ways in which critical ideas of the sublime, the pastoral and the picturesque have been renewed and shaped in digital media, from electronic literature to music and the visual arts. The book goes on to explore

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