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Electronic Media and its impact on the Visual Arts

Location: UCB 100

Dr. Ippolito will give examples of artists and artwork of the late 20th century and the turn of the new millennium that utilize digital and electronic media. She will discuss recent changes in the international art world, particularly in the visual arts, resulting from creative artists having access to new technologies, including digital media and the Internet.

Dr. Jean M. Ippolito is an Associate Professor and Art Historian at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo. She is an Asian Art specialist and focuses her research on contemporary digital and electronic media art. Jean Ippolito studied for her Ph. D. in the interdisciplinary program of the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design at Ohio State University. Her book, published in 2012 through Common Ground press, is entitled The Search for New Media: Late 20th Century Art and Technology in Japan. It is a monograph that documents the pioneers of digital media art from Japan. Recently, Dr. Ippolito has been researching contemporary artists of China who use digital media in their work, including Xu Bing, Hu Jieming, Miao Xiaochun and others.

For more information, call CCECS at 974-7664
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For more information, contact: ccecs@hawaii.edu 74-7664

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