Topic Descriptor: multimedia works×
  • A arte brasileira na Itália
    Canongia, Ligia
    1980
    In this review, Ligia Canongia discusses the various exhibitions of work by Brazilian artists that were being shown in Italy at that time, in the early 1980s. The art critic notes the increasing use of mass media in international art since the 1970s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110930

  • Arte y diseño multimedia : el cruce entre dos maneras de entender el mundo
    Díaz, Myriam Luisa
    2007
    This text, “Arte y Diseño Multimedia: El cruce entre dos maneras de entender el mundo” [Multimedia Art and Design: The Intersection of Two Ways to Understand the World], is part of the compilation El Medio es el Diseño Audiovisual [The Medium [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1091891

  • Artes & tecnologias
    Machado, Arlindo; Plaza, Julio
    1985
    This text was written by Arlindo Machado and Julio Plaza to be published in the catalogue for Artecnologia, the exhibition that the two authors co-curated and presented on September 2-9, 1985 at the Museu de Arte Contemporânea de São Paulo – [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111092

  • Do tipograma ao videograma
    Campos, Augusto de
    1999
    In this essay, São Paulo-based poet Augusto de Campos describes the diverse graphic elements—from the movable types and artisanal resources of conventional typography he used in 1953 to the Intergraph, a high-resolution graphic computer he used in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111025

  • Entrevista a Carmen Gil Vrolijk : arte neomedial en Bogota D.C.
    Castellanos, Ana María, 1977-; Jaramillo, Carolina, 1980-
    2004
    In June 2004, Alexandra Castellanos and Carolina Jaramillo—two students at the Universidad Javeriana’s School of Social Communication located in Bogotá—interviewed visual artist Carmen Gil Vrolijk as part of a degree project entitled “Arte [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1130582

  • La mirada contaminada: otras fotografias = The contaminated gaze: other photographies
    Chiarelli, Tadeu, 1956-
    1994
    This essay states that Brazilian photography was usually seen through an anthropological lens and analyzed as a form of purely autonomous expression; it is now being examined in this text as a process for seeking identity and for an establishment of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110893