Digital art

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Irrational Geometrics digital art installation 2008 by Pascal Dombis
Joseph Nechvatal birth Of the viractual 2001 computer-robotic assisted acrylic on canvas

Digital art is the practice of art that uses digital technology to make it. Names for digital art have changed since the 1960s. Some of these names are computer art and multimedia art.[1] Digital art is a part of new media art.[2][3]

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  1. Reichardt, Jasia (1974). "Twenty years of symbiosis between art and science". Art and Science. XXIV, (1): 41–53.
  2. Christiane Paul (2006). Digital Art, pp. 7–8. Thames & Hudson.
  3. Lieser, Wolf. Digital Art. Langenscheidt: h.f. ullmann. 2009, pp. 13–15

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