Virtual Gallery: Electronic Mail Art 1 - 5
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||Proceedings of an ICCC/IFIP Conference "Towards the Information Rich Society" held at the Central European University, Budapest, Hungary 20-22 April 1998/Edited by Fytton Rowland and John W T Smith. Washington D.C.: ICCC Press, 1998, 286 p. ISBN: 1-891365-02-9
||Computer Graphics and Electronic Mail Art exhibitions are annual shows of computer generated or manipulated images, transmitted via e-mail, printed and exhibited in Bratislava in the occasion of the greatest computer exhibition in Slovakia-COFAX. Until now, artists and computer graphics scientists from Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Greenland, Israel, Japan, Holland, New Zealand, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia and USA have participated. The reason why electronically created and transported images are printed and exhibited in a traditional way is that few artists in our country use the Internet. Another reason is that classic exhibitions and their openings are also social events. 'The Global Village is not created by the motorcar or even by the airplane. It is created by instant electronic information movement. The Global Village is at once as wide as the planet and small as a little town, where everybody is maliciously engaged in poking his nose into everybody's business'. Marshall McLuhan
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