This publication is intended to indicate some aspects and possibilities of the use of modern telecommunications technology by artists and art-theoreticians, who have taken part in or organized artists’ telecommunications projects. The illustrations document activities and projects using simple, cheap, and accessible telecommunications hardware and systems. Such telecommunications events do not originate from a solitary artist, but grow from what Roy Ascott calls a “dispersed authorship.”
Contributions by Eric Gidney, Roy Ascott, Tom Sherman, and Robert Adrian X. Edited by Heidi Grundmann. Design by Helmut Mark.
Softcover, 142 pages, black and white illustrations
English, French, and German
9 7/16” x 6 3/4”
Western Front, Vancouver and BLIX, Wein (1992)