Coleman, A.D.,The Digital Evolution

The digital evolution

Coleman, A.D. (1998) The digital evolution. Tucson, AZ.: Nazraeli Press


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Contents

9 Acknowledgments

13 Author’s Foreword 1

9 Introduction by Hugh Kenner Prologue:

12 Flowering Paradox: McLuhan/Newark (1967}

27 Two Extremes (1973)

28 Of Snapshots and Mechanizations (1974)

30 Begging the Issue (1976) * * *

34 Remember: The Seduction of Narcissus Was Visual (1976)

43 No Future For You? Speculations on the Next Decade in Photography Education (1978)

46 Lies Like Truth: Photographs as Evidence (1978)

53 Some Thoughts on Hairless Apes, Limited Time, and Generative Systems (1979)

58 Fiche and Chips: Technological Premonitions (1981)

64 Digital Imaging and Photography Education: A. D. Coleman interviewed by Thomas Gartside (1983)

67 Lens, Culture, Art: A. D. Coleman interviewed by Daniel Kazimierski Newark (1984)

68 Information, Please (1984)

74 Photography: Today/Tomorrow (1985)

76 The Future of Photography: A New World (1987)

81 The Hand With Five Fingers; or, Photography Made Uneasy (1988)

86 Historianship and the New Technologies (1989)

88 Back to the Future: Photography in the ‘8os and ’90s (1989)

90 Who Owns the Facts? (1991

95 Copyright – or Wrong? Intellectual Property in the Electronic Age (1991)

99 Marginalizing the Maker: The Status of Authorship in the Digital Epoch (1991)

104 Todd Walker: Representation and Transformation (1992)

rr5 Fotofutures: Ten Possibilities in No Particular Order (r993)

120 “Everything you know is about to be wrong”: A Report on Montage ’93 (1994)

136 The Final image: Some Not-so-terminal Thoughts (1994)

141 An Arranged Marriage: My Life with the Computer (1994)

148 “ln the Nature of the Computer”: A.D. Coleman interviewed by Marc Silverman. (1994)

152 Connoisseurship in the Digital Era (1996)

157 What Hath Bill Gates Wrought? (1996)

160 Fear of Surfing in the Art World (1996)

163 Tending the Fire, Making Stone Soup: Community in Cyberspace (1996)

168 Toggling the Mind: Toward a Digital Pedagogy for the Transitional Generations (1998)

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