Creator: Kac, Eduardo×
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  • As três dimensões do signo verbal
    Kac, Eduardo
    1985
    In this essay, Eduardo Kac raises the possibility of a symbiosis between poetry and the visual arts, based on the use of new technologies in both of these art forms. He recounts the triumphs achieved by Concrete art when it presented the liberation [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111228

  • Eduardo Kac: telepresença problematiza a visão
    Kac, Eduardo; Osthoff, Simone
    1997
    This text is an interview by Simone Osthoff with artist Eduardo Kac on his work Rara Avis exhibitedat the first Bienal do Mercosul in Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul) in 1996. Kac points out the important role that new technologies play in the visual [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111128

  • Em Brasil High Tech, o xeque ao pós-modernismo
    Kac, Eduardo
    2004
    In this introduction, Eduardo Kac shows that the artists known as “Geração Brasil High-Tech” (including Otávio Donasci, Mario Ramiro, and Paulo Bruscky) represent a type of work that refers back to both Waldemar Cordeiro and Abraham Palatnik. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111320

  • GFP Bunny
    Kac, Eduardo
    2003
    The author discusses the creation of his artwork GFP Bunny, its public reception, and the debate it generated as an example of transgenic art where a “chimerical” social animal is created through genetic engineering. To the artist, transgenic art [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 782231

  • Microponto, microficha, videodisco : a arte high-tech em espaço microscópico
    Kac, Eduardo
    1985
    In this text, artist Eduardo Kac discusses the emergence of digital art, which he considers at the margins of, or beyond, the models for production and reflection operative in conventional art. He asserts that art structured around technology and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110966

  • Origem e desenvolvimento da arte robótica
    Kac, Eduardo
    1998
    In this text, artist Eduardo Kac discusses the origin and role of “robotics” in contemporary art, which he argues must be considered in relation to video, performance, telecommunications art, and interactive installations. Though the first robots [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111127