In 1988, Bay Press in Seattle published “Vision and Visuality,” edited by the cultural writer and art historian, Hal Foster. The book is a collection of transcripts and essays by historians, teachers and theorists who participated in a 1987 symposium, organized by Foster and the Dia Foundation on the “modes of vision.” “Vision and Visuality” was part of a series of publications called, “Discussions in Contemporary Culture.” … More The Gimzo and the Gaze: Discerning VR, the Virtual and Virtuality through a Select Micro-History—1977 to the present.
Networked Library video report by Dany Naierman on “Tomorrow is Already Here” from the library of Tom Jennings … More Dany Naierman and Tom Jennings
Dan Bustillo:: Thanks for letting me interview you, Tim! Excited to get started! As an overview, some of the things that your work deals with that I would love to discuss are issues of information, censorship, anonymity, and the organization of information that lends it meaning. But first, can we talk a bit about your upcoming … More Interview with Dan Bustillo and Tim Schwartz