ICT in the Arts: Creative Industries Impact and Contribution

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Abstract

Increased use of ICT in art projects opens novel opportunities for
contemporary artists seeking innovative means to create and express beyond
the traditional in new ways and places. This can also be beyond what is
conventionally considered art. Thus, wider and transdisciplinary philosophical
perspectives become apparent. Specific examples are presented from the
author’s portfolio with a focus on biofeedback and unencumbered gesture
control of digital media. Parallel is increased attention to creativity seen from
within academia and industry with specific education programmes reflecting
how creative industries are important to economic well being in society. This
contribution1 presents across these borders through introducing an international
conference series titled ArtsIT within a special issue of the International
Journal on Arts and Technology, which are vehicles for contemporary artists to
disseminate their work and philosophical perspectives.
Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Arts and Technology (IJART)
Volume7
Issue number2/3
Pages (from-to)278-289
Number of pages12
ISSN1754-8853
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 29 Dec 2014
EventArtsIT - Esbjerg, Denmark
Duration: 7 Dec 20119 Dec 2011
Conference number: 2

Conference

ConferenceArtsIT
Number2
CountryDenmark
CityEsbjerg
Period07/12/201109/12/2011

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Biofeedback
Digital storage
Industry
Education
Economics
Art
Artist
Creative Industries
Well-being
Creativity
Education Program
Digital Media
Art and Technology
Art Projects

Bibliographical note

ISSN 1754-8853 Print
ISSN 1754-8861 (Online)

Keywords

  • Art
  • Peer-reviewed dissemination
  • Creative Industries
  • Gesture-control
  • Biofeedback

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