Electronic Culture: Technology and Visual Representation

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Commentators from diverse fields provocatively ponder what Heidegger termed the age of the world picture. His essay and 30 others appear under the rubrics of history, representation: photography and after, theory, and media/identity/culture. The discussion centers on the implications of cyberspace

Electronic Culture: Technology and Visual Representation 1996, Aperture, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780893816780

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Electronic Culture: Technology and Visual Representation 1996, Aperture, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780893816773

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