Digital sampling: ideas suggested by some women's art practices from Europe, Australia, Canada and America

Deepwell, Katy (1998) Digital sampling: ideas suggested by some women's art practices from Europe, Australia, Canada and America. In: Desire by Design: Body, territories and new technologies. Cutting Edge, The Women's Research Group, ed. I. B. Taurus, pp. 77-94. ISBN 9781860642807

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Abstract

This essay is a contribution to the British feminist research group Cutting Edge discussions of technologies in the fields of cyberspace, medicine, and genetic engineering to the reshaping of notions of gender, class, body and space.The anthology arose from a conference of the same name as the title of the book. Katy Deepwell surveys the potential of digital technologies for feminist art.

Item Type: Book Section
Additional Information: SuppNotes - London; New York: I. B. Taurus Publishers, distributed in the U. S. A. and Canada by St. Martin's Press. 1999, 272 pp. 43 illus. (29 colour) + diagrams, bibliog. ISBN: 1-86-64-280-2
Keywords (uncontrolled): Technology and Art; Feminism and Art; conferences and symposia; Cutting Edge; gender; Iconography: gender; human figure; Iconography: human figure; Space and Art; Science and Art; Medicine and Art; misogyny; Video Art: British Isles; Films: British Isles; cybernetics; Graphic Design: 20th century; post-modernism; information technology; Computers; Museums and Galleries: 20th century; Installation Works: British Isles; violence; Iconography: violence; glass; metaphor; women artists; Society and Art; Wright, Alexa; Hatfield, Jackie; Prophet, Jane; West, Nicky; Higgins, Rose; Rushaija, Estella; Medhurst, Angela; Pearce, Gail
Research Areas: A. > School of Art and Design > Visual Arts
Item ID: 12904
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Depositing User: Katy Deepwell
Date Deposited: 18 Sep 2018 10:09
Last Modified: 18 Sep 2018 10:09
URI: https://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/id/eprint/12904

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