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As a theorist he is interested in the relations between art and technology and has published about a hundred articles on the subject as well as four books: Images. Legal notice Contact Member Login.
Conservation — Restoration — Sustainability. Home Project Aims Project activities Partners. Thinking memory and oblivion differently The digital technologies computers, global communication networks, multimedia, electronic games or art installations have not merely changed our relationship with the world and the other, they have shaken our relationship with time and rocked the very foundations of our culture.
We are torn between two temporalities. The first temporality belongs to chronic time, the longitudinal time of history, of the events absorbed and retained by writing, writing being what organises memory and oblivion.
What happens to our world when writing, which has guaranteed the permanence of history until now, conforms to the model of hypertext and splits? Are we to reinvent our relationship to time? What are the consequences of this change of temporality for the conservation of digital art works and for the sphere of art more generally? The project is supported by:.
COUCHOT Edmond/BRET Michel
Edmond Couchot is a French digital artist and art theoretician. Couchot is a Doctor of aesthetics in the visual arts. He continues to take part in speculative and hands-on study of digital imagery and virtual reality at University Paris VIII. As a theoretician Dr. Couchot is interested in the connection between art and technology, in particular between the visual arts and data-processing techniques. He has published approximately articles on the digital and 3 books.
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