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Baler, Pablo. “The Doors of Expression: The Work of Art in the Age of Quantum.” Sculpture 21.4 (May 2002): 44-51.
Keywords: aesthetics | computers and digital technology | technology | theory | virtual reality | visual arts—20th-21st C | Visual arts—electronic
  
Bergan, Tone. “Er Det Teknologien Som Styrer Kreativiteten, Eller er Det Kreativiteten Som Styrer Teknologien? Visuelt 6 (2002): 28-9.
Keywords: aesthetics | Andreas Pfeiffer | computers and digital technology | creativity | ethics | literature—20th-21st C | literature—electronic | technology | visual arts—20th C
  
Berwick, Carly. “Screen Savers.” ARTnews 101.8 (Sept. 2002): 124-125.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | conservation | internet | museums | technology | visual arts—20th C | Visual arts—electronic
  
Cleverly, Jason, Christian Heath, Jon Hindmarsh, Paul Luff, Dirk vom Lehn, and Avril Henry. “Computer-graphics and the Literary Construct: A Learning Method.” British Journal Educational Technology 33.1 (Jan. 2002): 7-15.
Keywords: computer graphics | computers and digital technology | diagramming | literature—20th C | literature—electronic | pedagogy | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | theory | visual arts—20th C
  
Cohen, Harold. “A Self-defining Game for One Player: On the Nature of Creativity and the Possibility of Creative Computer Programs.” Leonardo 35.1 (2002): 59-64.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | creativity | memory | technology | visual arts—20th C | Visual arts—electronic
  
Daubner, Ernestine. “Manipulating Genetic Identities: The Creation of Chimeras, Cyborgs and (Cyber-)golems.” Parachute 105 (Jan.-March 2002): 84-91.
Keywords: Bible | Biological Sciences | biotechnology | computers and digital technology | Eduardo Kac | Eve | genetics | golem | Kabbalah | Lilith | mutation | rhetoric of science | social sciences | Sonya Rapoport | theory | transgenics | visual arts—20th C | visual arts—interactive
  
Fetveit, Arild. “Reality TV in the Digital Era: A Paradox in Visual Culture.” In Friedman (Collections): pp. 155-184.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | digitalization | documentary | Dziga Vertov | John Tagg | photography | technology | television | visual arts—20th C
  
Fornäs, Johan, Kajsa Klein, Martina Ladendorf, Jenny Sundén, and Malin Sveningsson. “Into Digital Borderlands.” In Fornäs (Collections): pp. 1-47.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | gender studies | hypertext | internet | J.D. Bolter | literature—20th C | MUDs | social sciences | theory | virtual reality | visual arts—20th C
  
Graybosch, Anthony, and Marcel Daguerre. “Music and Morals in Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers.” American Philosophical Association Newsletters 2.1 (Fall 2002): 77-83.
Keywords: aesthetics | computers and digital technology | music | visual arts--20th C
  
Grigar, Dene. Mutability, Medium, and Character. Computers and the Humanities 36.3 (Aug. 2002): 359-378.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | literature—20th C | literature—electronic | narrative
  
Hayles, N. Katherine. Writing Machines. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | data processing | digitalization | gender studies | hypertext | literature—20th C | Mark Z. Danielewski | media | metaphors | semiotics | social sciences | Talan Memmott | theory | Tom Phillips | visual arts--electronic
  
Ippolito, Jon. “Ten Myths of Internet Art.” Leonardo 35.5 (2002): 485-98.
Keywords: Char Davies | computers and digital technology | David S. Touretzky | internet | JODI | John Cage | John F. Simon | Josh On | Mark Napier | Nam June Paik | technology | visual arts—20th-21st C | Visual arts—electronic
  
Johnson, Colin G., and Juan Jesus Romero Cardalda. “Genetic Algorithms in Visual Art and Music.” Leonardo 35.2 (2002): 175-196.
Keywords: Artemis Moroni | computers and digital technology | creativity | Duncan Rowland | evolution | Fernando Von Zuben | Frank Biocca | hypermedia | Jônatas Manzolli | physical & mathematical sciences | Tatsuo Unemi | technology | theory | visual arts—20th-21st C | Visual arts—electronic
  
Kemp, Wolfgang. “Gastkolumne: Die Kunstgeschichte, Eine Verlässliche Partnerin der Wissensgesellschaft.” Rebecca Wright von Tucher (trans.). Journal für Kunstgeschichte 6.4 (2002): 291-296.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | sculpture | technology | visual arts—20th-21st C | Visual arts—electronic | visual arts—history
  
Klein, Kajsa. “Cyberglobality: Presenting World Wide Relations.” In Fornäs (Collections): pp. 146-180.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | cybernetics | internet | K. Annan | social sciences
  
Ladendorf, Martina. “Cyberzines: Irony and Parody as Strategies in a Feminist Sphere.” In Fornäs (Collections): pp. 112-145.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | gender studies | hypertext | internet | irony | literature—20th C | N. Frazer | parody | social sciences
  
Lucie-Smith, Edward. “Androgyny, Computers and Freud.” Art Review 53 (Dec. 2001-Jan. 2002): 84-5.
Keywords: androgyny | computers and digital technology | dreams | exhibitions | Georgii Gurianov | museums | Olga Tobreluts | sculpture | Sigmund Freud | Timur Novikov | visual arts—20th C | Visual arts—electronic
  
Lütticken, Sven. “Haunted Space.” Afterimage 30.2 (Sept.-Oct. 2002): 6-8, 12.
Keywords: architecture | computer games | computers and digital technology | Dirk Paesmans | Joan Heemskerk | Jodi Dirk | photography | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | psychotherapy | Sigmund Freud | stereoscopy | technology | Thomas Ruff | visual arts—21st C | Visual arts—electronic
  
Martinez, Frank. “Design and Law: A Simple Problem.” Print 56.2 (May-June 2002): 30, 157-158.
Keywords: 21st C | art—20th | computers and digital technology | copyright | hacking | law | TECH
  
McCarthy, Kevin F. From Celluliod to Cyberspace: The Media Arts and the Changing Arts World. Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation, 2002.
Keywords: art—20th C | computers and digital technology | film | TECH | video
  
Moroni, Artemis, Fernando Von Zuben, and Jonatas Manzolli. “ArTbitration: Human-machine Interaction in Artistic Domains.” Leonardo 35.2 (2002): 185-8.
Keywords: aesthetics | algorithms | Biological Sciences | computers and digital technology | genetics | music | visual arts—20th-21st C | visual arts—interactive
  
Nakamura, Lisa. Cybertypes: Race, Ethnicity, and Identity on the Internet. New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | cyberspace | internet | race studies | social sciences | technology
  
Pellow, David N., and Lisa Sun-Hee Park. The Silicon Valley of Dreams: Environmental Injustice, Immigrant Workers, and the High-tech Global Economy. New York: New York University Press, 2002.
Keywords: | computers | computers and digital technology | economics | immigration | law | minorities | poverty | Silicon Valley | technology
  
Pollner, Melvin. “Inside the Bubble: Communication, Cognition, and Deep Play at the Intersection of Wall Street and Cyberspace.” In Woolgar (Collections): pp. 230-246.
Keywords: cognition | computers and digital technology | cyberspace | economics | science & technology studies
  
Schenk, Ernie. “If Photoshop is so Great How Come Spider-Man Doesn't Have It?” Communication Arts 44.6 (Nov. 2002): 269-72.
Keywords: advertising | computers and digital technology | creativity | Mary Wells Lawrence | technology | theory
  
Smith, J A, and C. Kelly, C “Stylistic Constancy and Change across Literary Corpora: Using Measures of Lexical Richness to Date Works.” Computers and the Humanities 36:4 (2002): 411-430.
Keywords: Aristophanes | computers and digital technology | drama | Euripides | literature—classical | rhetoric of science | Terence | theory
  
Sommerer, Christa, and Laurent Mignonneau. “Modeling the Emergence of Complexity: Complex Systems, the Origin of Life and Interactive On-line Art.” Leonardo 35:2 (2002): 161-9.
Keywords: Christa Sommerer | computers and digital technology | evolution | internet | Laurent Mignonneau | rhetoric of science | theory | visual arts—20th C | Visual arts—electronic | visual arts—interactive
  
Sundén, Jenny. “Cyberbodies: Writing Gender in Digital Self-presentations.” In Fornäs (Collections): pp. 79-111.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | cybernetics | internet | literature—20th C | MUDs | narrative | rhetoric of science | social sciences | theory | visual arts—20th C
  
Sveningsson, Malin. “Cyberlove: Creating Romantic Relationships on the Net.” In Fornäs (Collections): pp. 48-78.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | E. Goffman | internet | literature—20th C | M. Lea | R. Spears | S. Turkle | social sciences | visual arts—20th C
  
Swann, G. M. Peter, and Tim P. Watts. “Visualization Needs Vision: The Pre-paradigmatic Character of Virtual Reality.” In Woolgar (Collections): pp. 41-60.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | science & technology studies | technology | theory | virtual reality | virtual reality | visualization
  
Weil, Benjamin. “Art in Digital Times: From Technology to Instrument.” Leonardo 35:5 (2002): 523-37.
Keywords: Alex Galloway | Anthony Discenza | computers and digital technology | Eric Henry | Syd Garon | technology | theory | Visual arts—electronic | visual arts—interactive
  
Wittel, Andreas, Celia Lury, and Scott Lash. “Real and Virtual Connectivity: New Media in London.” In Woolgar (Collections): pp. 189-208.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | science & technology studies | technology | virtual reality