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Digital Light by Sean Cubitt (ed.)

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Digital Light
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Publisher: Open Humanities Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1785420089
ISBN-13: 9781785420085
Number of pages: 228

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Digital Light brings together artists, curators, technologists and media archaeologists to study the historical evolution of digital light-based technologies. It provides a critical account of the capacities and limitations of contemporary digital light-based technologies and techniques by tracing their genealogies and comparing them with their predecessor media.

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