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Post-digital Aesthetics

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F. Cramer | Article | Publication date: 01 May 2013
One could write an alternative history of the Western modern arts as a struggle with industrialization. In this history, there would be almost no connection between classical fine art painting to the modern arts, but it would start with medieval craftsmanship, continue with the Arts & Crafts movement in the 19th century, Bauhaus in the 20th century and end with the contemporary “creative industries” including most of contemporary artistic practice, including artist-made books, zines, cassettes, vinyl, but also electronic circuit bending, Fablab making and software hacking.

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