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Made known : digital technologies and the ontology of making

By Ian Gwilt


A collection of essays exploring technology and design creation, Made Known features a number of discussions around the broader idea of a digitally informed creative practice. It presents a series of convergent viewpoints and activities that find common ground through the possibilities offered in a fabrication process facilitated by information technology. Features Mark Titmarsh, the ontology of painting; Steve Hatzellis, aesthetics, complexity theory and technology; Ian Gwilt, the creative context for the computer interface; introduction by Prof Andrew Benjamin. Made Known documents an international collection of Rapid Prototype 3D digitally printed sculptures and animation works, exhibited at UTS Gallery in 2005

Publisher: Publisher Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, University of Technology, Sydney
Year: 2006
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