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Ingeborg Reichle:
Art in the Age of Technoscience
Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art
With a preface by Robert Zwijnenberg. Translated by Gloria Custance. Funded by the Andrea von Braun Stiftung.

Springer, Wien New York
Format: 16.5 x 24,2 cm
452 Seiten (452 pages)
294 Farbabbildungen (294 color illustrations).
ISBN: 978-3-211-78160-9
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Andrea von Braun Stiftung
Andrea von Braun Foundation
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Künstler . Artists
Artists like Suzanne Anker, Brandon Ballengée, Louis Bec, Guy Ben-Ary, Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr, Catherine Chalmers, the Chapman Brothers, Jaq Chartier, Peta Clancy, Kevin Clarke, Critical Art Ensemble, Joe Davis, Marcel Duchamp, George Gessert, Peter Gerwin Hoffmann, Eduardo Kac, David Kremers, Steve Kurtz, William Latham, Edgar Lissel, Kazimir Malevich, Reiner Maria Matysik, Jon McCormack, Niki Nickl, Steve Miller, Simon Penny, Patricia Piccinini, Jane Prophet, Marc Quinn, Oliver Ressler, Ken Rinaldo, Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau, Gary Schneider, Karl Sims, Pam Skelton, Nell Tenhaaf, Herwig Turk, K. D. Thornton, Stephen Todd, Gail Wight, Adam Zaretsky and many other artists are presented.


Zusammenfassung (in english) . Summary

Is science the new art?
Taking this provocative question as her starting point, art historian Ingeborg Reichle examines the fascinating respon-
ses of contemporary artists when confronted with recent scientific and technological advances. In the last two de-
cades a growing number of artists has left the traditional art venues to work in scientific environments like the laborato-
ries of molecular biology, robotics, and artificial life. From this new art forms like „Transgenic Art“ and „Bio Art“ have emerged.

These art forms differ dramatically from traditional artistic approaches that explore life: they have crossed the boun-
daries between the artificial and the natural, and thus pro-
voke passionate debates about the growing influence of science and technology.

This first comprehensive survey presents an informative se-
lection of significant artworks in 294 color illustrations and provides a broad overview of this new and relevant develop-
ment in art.


Inhaltsverzeichnis (in english) . Table of contents

Acknowledgments
Preface by Robert Zwijnenberg

1 Art in the Age of Technoscience:
Transgressing the Boundaries
2 The Dawning of the Biotech Century
3 Art in the Genetic Age
4 When Life Becomes Art
5 Genesthetics: Molecular Biology and the Arts
6 Art in the Age of Genetic Engineering
7 From Life-like Machines to a Silicon Second Nature
8 The Living and the Life-like: Art and Artificial Life
9 Art and Digital Evolution
10 Epilog

Color Illustrations
Bibliography
Credits
Index

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Rezensionen / Buchbesprechungen online

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ANAT. Generating new creativities
Title: Art in the age of technoscience
Date of publication online: August 31st 2009
Date of latest link check: July 14th 2010
Link: www.anat.org.au/news_items/200
Is science the new art? Taking this provocative question as her starting point, art historian Ingeborg Reichle examines the fascinating responses of contemporary artists when con­fronted with recent scientific and technological advances. In the last two decades a growing number of artists has left the traditional art venues to work in scientific environments like the laboratories of molecular biology, robotics, and ar­tificial life. From this new art forms like Transgenic Art and Bio Art have emerged. [...]
(02)
The Art History Newsletter
Title: Art and Literature in the Age of Science
Author: Jon Lackman
Date of publication online: April 16th 2010
Date of latest link check: July 14th 2010
Link: arthistorynewsletter.com/blog/?p=1377
In Ingeborg Reichle's Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art (Springer, 2009) - a revised and expanded English edition of her PhD thesis, which was published in German in 2004 - she asks, "Is science the new art?" In the same vein, the writer of her preface, Robert Zwijnenberg, asks, "Why do artists openly seek to gain access to the domain of the sciences?" [...]
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Rhizome at the Museum, new Neural issue #36, Time Deceptions
Title: Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art
Date of publication online: June 4th 2010
Date of latest link check: July 14th 2010
Link: rhizome.org/announce/view/55564
Hinweis auf new Neural issue #36, Time Deceptions [...]
(04)
we make money not art
Title: Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art
Author: Regine
Date of publication online: June 26th 2010
Date of latest link check: July 14th 2010
Link: we-make-money-not-art.com/archives/2010/06/book-review-art-in-the-age-of.php
Publisher Springer writes: Is science the new art? Starting from this provocative question, art historian Ingeborg Reichle examines in her book fascinating responses of contemporary artists when faced with recent scientific and technological advances [...]
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Genetherapy
Title: Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art
Date of publication online: June 26th 2010
Date of latest link check: July 14th 2010
Link: www.genetherapy.me/?p=8372
The chapter titled Art in the Age of Genetic Engineering is all about Eduardo Kac's career, Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau get the chapter Art and Digital Evolution almost all for themselves, while the work of Joe Davis is used [...]
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Shadow of Light: Art and Photography feeds from around the world
Title: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art
Date of publication online: June 27th 2010
Date of latest link check: July 14th 2010
Link: nightinlondon.tumblr.com/post/740541252/book-review-art-in-the-age-of-technoscience-genetic
Is science the new art? Starting from this provocative question, art historian Ingeborg Reichle examines in her book responses of contemporary artists when faced with recent scientific [...]
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SanArt: contemporary art and culture news aggregator / visualizer
Title: Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art
Date of publication online: Juni 26th 2010
Date of latest link check: July 14th 2010
Link: www.sanart.info/tag/transgenic-art/
Publisher Springer writes: Is science the new art? Starting from this provocative question, art historian Ingeborg Reichle examines in her book fascinating responses of contemporary artists when faced with recent scientific and technological advances. In the last two decades a growing number of artists has left the traditional artistic playground to work instead in scientific contexts such as the laboratories of molecular biology, robotics, and artificial life [...]
(08)
SanArt: contemporary art and culture news aggregator / visualizer
Title: Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art
Date of publication online: June 26th 2010
Date of latest link check: July 14th 2010
Link: www.sanart.info/tag/transgenic-art/
Publisher Springer writes: Is science the new art? Starting from this provocative question, art historian Ingeborg Reichle examines in her book fascinating responses of contemporary artists when faced with recent scientific and technological advances. In the last two decades a growing number of artists has left the traditional artistic playground to work instead in scientific contexts such as the laboratories of molecular biology, robotics, and artificial life [...]
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Current TV
Title: Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art
Date of publication online: June 26th 2010
Date of latest link check: July 14th 2010
Link: upcoming.current.com/items/1905664_book-review-art-in-the-age-of-technoscience-genetic-engineering-robotics-and-artificial-life-in-contemporary-art.htm
Publisher Springer writes : Is science the new art? Starting from this provocative question, art historian Ingeborg Reichle examines in her book fascinating responses of contemporary artists when faced with recent scientific and technological advances. In the last two decades a growing number of artists has left the traditional [...]
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Neural. Media Art - Hacktivism - eMusic. Since 1993
Title: Ingeborg Reichle - Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art
Date of publication online: July 21st 2010
Date of latest link check: July 27th 2010
Link: www.neural.it/art/2010/07/ingeborg_reichle_art_in_the_ag.phtml
The laboratory as an atelier: this seems to be one of the paradigms of art and science. "Art" and "science" are two terms that have been juxtaposed way too often, sometimes describing either "creative" science or art only citing scientific elements. This book is far away from these misunderstandings. The work restricts its field of research to three areas (genetic engineering, robotics, and artificial life) maintaining a meritorious consistency. [...]

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