The simulated presence: a critical response to electronic imaging. Dan. Youngblood Collins, Mark, Linnea. Poster, Carl Eugene. Dayton, Patrick. Loeffler, Gene. Clancy.
The simulated presence: a critical response to electronic imaging

The simulated presence: a critical response to electronic imaging

[Tempe, Arizona]: Institute for Studies in the Arts, 1993. Conference publication. Video cassette and 6 volumes in paper portfolio with cloth and Velcro band. about 23 x 16.2 x 3.8 cm (outside dimensions). The booklets are bound with black thread and are between 14 and 27 pages with unpaginated, interleaved vellum sheets printed in dark blue. 23 x 15 cm. Designs on the paper covers match the portfolio. A separate vellum leaf laid in acts as a table of contents and titles of the booklets, as follows: Framing the Electronic Image; Electronic Cafe; The Imaging Effect; Distributed Virtual Reality; Interactive Fiction, Past, Present, and Future; and Politics in the Mode of Information: Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing. The VHS tape is panel discussion 27 minutes long. Copy located only at the Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity. Some wear to portfolio; otherwise fine. **Free domestic shipping with direct order. Item #38551

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