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Re: [BKARTS] digital book arts projects



Try
http://digitalfiction.co.uk/digitalfiction/
and
http://www.locusnovus.com

Ilhan Citak

Karen Schwartz wrote:

> Hello, I am a printer and book artist looking to do research on digital
> artists books.  I am looking to explore a comparison of "reading"
> artists books that use traditional media, and "reading" artists books
> using digital technology.  I am looking for artists or works by artists
> that may: use digital technology in the process, and use technology as
> subject or content.  I am especially interested in books that follow non
> linear paths (digital or non digital.)  Please let me know if you have
> suggestions.
>
> Karen Schwartz
> karens@sfsu.edu
> <http://sea2fd.sea2.hotmail.msn.com/cgi-bin/compose?curmbox=F000000001&a
> =41efb1ecfc92f0562c8cd9ad7ce7734b&mailto=1&to=karens@sfsu.edu&msg=MSG103
> 5185363.0&start=61172&len=986&src=&type=x>
> graduate student in lithography and book arts
>
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Lehigh University
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