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Technology and art

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Book Alice Dailey (2022)
How to Do Things with Dead People: History, Technology, and Temporality from Shakespeare to Warhol. (/isis/citation/CBB770478750/) unapi

Article Walker Downey (2021)
Rebooting the art-and-technology movement: A review of W. Patrick McCray’s Making Art Work: How Cold War Engineers and Artists Forged a New Creative Culture. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (pp. 716-734). (/isis/citation/CBB140609528/) unapi

Book Michael Tutton (2021)
Construction as Depicted in Western Art: From Antiquity to the Photograph. (/isis/citation/CBB423825577/) unapi

Thesis Talia Bess Shabtay (2021)
See, Think, Learn: Creativity and Limits in Early Cold War Art and Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB601718949/) unapi

Book David S. Dalton (2021)
MESTIZO MODERNITY: race, technology, and the body in post-revolutionary mexico.. (/isis/citation/CBB452401983/) unapi

Thesis Steven Andrew Nathaniel (2021)
Inaudible Modernism: Techno-Aesthetic Listening in Literature and Film. (/isis/citation/CBB274946224/) unapi

Book Maria Stella Rossi (2021)
In the Woad Blue: History of a Plant and a Colour. (/isis/citation/CBB540850166/) unapi

Article Felipe Fernandes Cruz (January 2021)
Hacking Airspace: The Insurgent Technology of Brazil's Hot Air Balloons, 1970–Present. Technology and Culture (pp. 27-56). (/isis/citation/CBB063981426/) unapi

Article Katie Maher (December 2020)
Traveling with Trained Man: Decolonizing Directions in Railway Mobilities. Transfers (pp. 83-102). (/isis/citation/CBB168599005/) unapi

Article Thea Goldring (2020)
Recovered or Perfected: The Discourse of Chemistry in the Nineteenth-Century Revival of Stained Glass in Britain and France. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB755976997/) unapi

Book Asma Naeem (2020)
Out of Earshot: Sound, Technology, and Power in American Art, 1860–1900. (/isis/citation/CBB230538301/) unapi

Book Gregory Zinman (2020)
Making Images Move: Handmade Cinema and the Other Arts. (/isis/citation/CBB002074477/) unapi

Book John Beck; Bishop, Ryan (2020)
Technocrats of the imagination: art, technology, and the military-industrial avant-garde. (/isis/citation/CBB216579679/) unapi

Book W. Patrick McCray (2020)
Making Art Work: How Cold War Engineers and Artists Forged a New Creative Culture. (/isis/citation/CBB401442708/) unapi

Article Raffaella Maddaluno (2020)
FROM THE PLACE OF “PRODUCTION MACHINES” TO THE PLACE OF “DREAM MACHINES”: The factory space as a praise for emptiness. Icon: Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology (pp. 39-55). (/isis/citation/CBB040500978/) unapi

Book Rosemary A. Joyce (2020)
The future of nuclear waste : what art and archaeology can tell us about securing the world's most hazardous material. (/isis/citation/CBB112981142/) unapi

Article Aryana Soliz (December 2019)
Exploring Cycling Practices in Central Mexico through a Local Repair Shop. Transfers (pp. 109-115). (/isis/citation/CBB076394838/) unapi

Article Xu, Chuan (September 2019)
From Sonic Models to Sonic Hooligans: Magnetic Tape and the Unraveling of the Mao-Era Sound Regime, 1958–1983. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 391-412). (/isis/citation/CBB729484710/) unapi

Article Linda Chiu-han Lai (June 2019)
Algorithmic Art: Shuffling Space and Time: Art-Science Dialogues and a Techno-Saga. Transfers (pp. 112-118). (/isis/citation/CBB832404239/) unapi

Book Montaña, Ricardo Cedeño (2019)
Portable Moving Images: A Media History of Storage Formats. (/isis/citation/CBB374648908/) unapi


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