By Mel Alexenberg
In The way forward for artwork in a Postdigital Age, artist and educator Mel Alexenberg bargains a imaginative and prescient of a postdigital destiny that unearths a paradigm shift from the Hellenistic to the Hebraic roots of Western tradition. He ventures past the electronic to discover postdigital views emerging from artistic encounters between artwork, technological know-how, expertise, and human attention. The interrelationships among those views show the confluence among postdigital artwork and the dynamic, Jewish constitution of awareness. Alexenberg’s pioneering artwork––a fusion of non secular and technological realms––exemplifies the theoretical thesis of this research into interactive and collaborative types that imaginatively envisages the mammoth capability of artwork in a postdigital future.
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