TECHNOPHOBIA

Technophobia is a collection of original multimedia art by12 international artists made as an interactive exhibition. The multimedia pieces play with our fears regarding technology, computers in particular, and thus raise questions about the very medium the artists are using. Technophobia manages to provide various angles on its subject, and at times the visual beauty of a work collides with fears surrounding technology. At best, the works featured on this CD-ROM demythologize our technophobia by making it concrete.


© Dooley Le Cappellaine, 1995
(New-York, USA)

INFO/SALES

INTERACTIVE ART

AUTHORS

Direction and Programming: Dooley Le Cappellaine

Multimedia art work : Judith Ahern, Bill Albertini, Huma Bhabha, Joseph Ferrari, Troy Innocent, Dooley Le Cappellaine, Alan Koninger, Tim Maul, Christian Perez, Guillaume Wolf and Genevieve Glaucker, Jody Zellen

Music : David Barnes and Charles Cohen, Moniek Darge, Joshua Fried, The Happy Jacks, Fugitive Pope, Phil Niblock, Mike Hovanscek with Pointless Orchestra, and John Hajeski with Post Prandials


PRODUCTION
Dooley Le Cappellaine, 1995
http://www.lecappellaine.com

English — Macintosh™ and Windows™ versions

Price : 45 $ CAN