Another site to explore might be MAHArchive (MediaArtHistories Archive):
Archive Goals :: world wide access – create a place for classic texts, cross-pollinated, cutting-edge scholarship –
items submitted and regulated by authors – rich metadata.
MAHArchive connects disciplines which devote research efforts to Media Art, from art history, through film, theater, media and cultural studies, to psychology, informatics, and anthropology, just to name a few.
|Articles to be found on this website include for example Peter Weibel’s ‘The Allusive Eye. Illusion, Anti-Illusion, Allusion‘ intro, which in a few lines outlines the 60s (70s)|
|development from illusion to antillusion. Basically – even though without mentioning – it sums up a short ride from the ’65 MOMA exhibition ‘The responsive eye‘ to the Whitney’s ‘Anti-Illusion‘.||
see also Schirn in 2007
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