Post-Digital Print: The Mutation of Publishing since 1894

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Post-Digital Print: The Mutation of Publishing since 1894
  • Alessandro Ludovico
  • English
  • 01 February 2018

About the Author: Alessandro Ludovico

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Post-Digital Print: The Mutation of Publishing since 1894In This Post Digital Age, Digital Technology Is No Longer A Revolutionary Phenomenon But A Normal Part Of Everyday Life The Mutation Of Music And Film Into Bits And Bytes, Downloads And Streams Is Now Taken For Granted For The World Of Book And Magazine Publishing However, This Transformation Has Only Just Begun.Still, The Vision Of This Transformation Is Far From New For Than A Century Now, Avant Garde Artists, Activists And Technologists Have Been Anticipating The Development Of Networked And Electronic Publishing Although In Hindsight The Reports Of The Death Of Paper Were Greatly Exaggerated, Electronic Publishing Has Now Certainly Become A Reality How Will The Analog And The Digital Coexist In The Post Digital Age Of Publishing How Will They Transition, Mix And Cross Over In This Book, Alessandro Ludovico Re Reads The History Of Media Technology, Cultural Activism And The Avantgarde Arts As A Prehistory Of Cutting Through The So Calleddichotomy Between Paper And Electronics Ludovico Is The Editor And Publisher Of Neural, A Magazine For Critical Digital Culture And Media Arts For Than Twenty Years Now, He Has Been Working At The Cutting Edge And The Outer Fringes Of Both Print Publishing And Politically Engaged Digital Art.

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10 thoughts on “Post-Digital Print: The Mutation of Publishing since 1894

  1. Elisa says:

    Print can still be used to create something no other medium can a precious object, something to preserve, to instinctively trust because we can hold it in our hands , and to unhurriedly enjoy rather than rapidly consume p 55 This has to be the first time that I actually felt excited by reading a book about publishing and new media It s not that books on this subject are generally bad, but in Post Digital Print The Mutation of Publishing since 1897, Alessandro Ludovico uses such a rich array of examples from alternative and artistic publishing to illustrate his thoughts that the book is simply a joy to read In six chapters, the author retraces evolutions in the publishing industry since the early 20th century The starting point is the widespread assumption that print is past its peak and paper is about to die out, which Ludovico quickly refutes Indeed, history shows that printed matter has always found ways to adapt to invasive technologies Moreover, it often didn t even have to, because human s relationship with print is so intrinsically woven in our cultural identity that it will take than an e reader to make paper obsolete Post Digital Print highlights alternative publishing projects that generally are not included in books with a narrower definition of what constites publishing, but it is exactly these endeavours that are valuable to look at The Fluxus movem...

  2. Kenzie Talbert says:

    From pamphlets to blogs, Gutenberg s Printing Press to Print on Demand technology, Post Digital Print exposes the truth and process behind the inevitable humanity s need and desire for the written word Be it by the law or b...

  3. Iris says:

    2.5 Although an interesting compilation it felt a flurried archive of artworks, historical happenings and loose predictions It may have been my expectations, but I was hoping for a bit speculation and story driven commentary 1 non fiction of 2019.