Cyberarts: A New Aesthetic Fall 1999
This interdisciplinary initiative is coordinated by Janet Smarr, Program in Comparative Literature and the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory. Running for ten consecutive Wednesdays, this series addresses how computer technologies are affecting the way we think about the arts.
Supported by: Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology and Center for Advanced Study in conjunction with: College of Fine and Applied Arts Computing and Communications Services Office (CCSO), Department of Computer Science, Department of Educational Psychology, Department of English, Creative Writing Program, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Department of Philosophy, Department of Sociology, Institute of Communications Research, NCSA, Campus Relations, NCSA, Educational Division, Program for the Study of Religion, Program in Comparative Literature, School of Art and Design, Cinematography Program, Unit for Cinema Studies, Unit One and Vice Chancellor for Research.
Wednesday, September 15, 1999
John Perry Barlow
The Aesthetics of Cyberspace