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I N F O R M A T I O N - A R T
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Information Science

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Lesk, M. (1999). The Seven Ages of Information Retrieval. UDT Occasional Paper # 5. International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions.

Pauwels, L., ed. (2005). Visual cultures of science: Rethinking representational practices in knowledge building and science communication. [series] Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture. Dartmouth College Press. [1584655127]

Pettigrew, K. E., Fidel, R., & Bruce, H. (2001). Conceptual frameworks in information behavior. Annual Review of Information Science & Technology, Vol., 35 (pp. 43-78). M. E. Williams (Ed). Medford, NJ: ASIST and Information Today.

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Toppings, David. (2006). Some Other Kinds of Informational Relationships - [dissertation]

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Tufte, E. (2001). The Visual Display of Quantitative Information. Graphics Press. [0961392142]

Tufte, E. (1997). Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative. Graphics Press. [0961392126]

Ward-Steinman, D. (1989.) Toward a comparative structural theory of the arts. San Diego, Ca: San Diego State University. [0916304868]

Wilson, S. (2002). Information arts: Intersections of art, science and technology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [026223209x]

Yazdani, M and Philip Barker, eds.(2000). Iconic communication. Bristol, UK:Intellect [184150016x]

Visual Culture

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Carrier, D. (2003). Writing about visual art. New York : Allworth Press with the School of Visual Arts. [1581152612]

Dikovitskaya, M. (2005). Visual culture: The study of the visual after the Cultural Turn. MIT Press [ 026204224x]

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Helfland, J. (2001).
Screen: Essays on graphic design, new media and visual culture. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. [1568983107]

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Kammen, M. (2006.) Coming to terms with modernism. In Visual shock (p 88-118). New York: Alfed A. Knopf. [1400041295]

Kostelnick, C. and Michael Hassett. (2003).
Shaping information : the rhetoric of visual conventions. Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press [0809325020]

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Rampley, M., ed. (2005). Exploring visual culture. Edinburrgh: Edinburgh University Press. [0748618457]

Rose, Gillian. (2001). Visual Methodologies: An Introduction to the Interpretation of Visual Materials. Sage Publications. [076196665X]

Shohat, Ella and Robert Stam, 1998. "Narrativizing Visual Culture. Towards a polycentric aesthetics", in Mirzoeff (ed.), The Visual Culture Reader. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 27-49.

Stafford, B. M. (1996). Good looking: Essays on ther virtues of images. London: MIT Press.

Sturken, M. and Cartwright, L. (2001). Practices of looking : an introduction to visual culture. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press. [0198742711]

Van Leeuwen, T. (ed) (2001). Handbook of Visual Analysis. Sage Publications. [0761964770]


Blais, J. and Jon Ippolito (2006). At the edge of art. London: Thames & Hudson [0500238227]

Candy, L., ed. (2002). Explorations in art and technology. New York: Springer. [1852335459]

Churchland, P. Matter and Consciousness MIT Press.[0262031035]

Dreyfus, H.L. (1992). What computers still can't do: A critique of artificial reason. The MIT Press [0262041340]

Goodman, N. (1984). Of mind and other matters. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univeristy Press. [0674631250] Greene, R. (2004). Internet art. London: Thames & Hudson [0500203768]

Hapgood, F. (1994). Up the Infinite Corridor: MIT and the Technical Imagination. New York: Addison Wesley [0201082934]

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Mealing., S., ed.(1997). Computers and art. Exeter:Intellect, 1997 [1871516609]

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Online resources:

The Computer "How It Works" [1971]

Exactitudes: Anthropological record of people's attempts to distinguish themselves from others by assuming a group identity.

American Scientist

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