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orange county center for contemporary art

By Rhizome


New media art (also known as media art) is a generic term used to describe art related to, or created with, a technology invented or made widely available since the mid-20th Century. The term differentiates itself by its resulting cultural objects, which can be seen in opposition to those deriving from old media arts (i.e. traditional painting, sculpture, etc.) New Media concerns are often derived from the telecommunications, mass media and digital modes of delivery the artworks involve, with practices ranging from conceptual to virtual art, performance to installation. The term is generally applied to disciplines such as: * Audio Art * Cell Phone Art * Computer Art * Digital Art * Electronic Art * Generative Art * Hacktivism * Interactive Art * Internet Art * Media Technology Art * Performance Art * Robotic Art * Software Art * Sound Art * Video Art * Video Game Art deadline august 30th prospectus online at: www.occca.org

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