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With digital technology have come new art forms, broadly called information arts. But if information is something we can learn from, something that shapes us, then all art has always been informational.
This explains how we can come away from certain works of art feeling that we've learned something, even if art doesn't inform us in the way that Wikipedia articles and the news do.
In this seminar, I’ll conceptualize art as information and connect this with document theory, sharing some of my prior research and pointing to inroads for future work.
About the Speaker
Tim Gorichanaz, Ph.D., is Assistant Teaching Professor in Information Science in the College of Computing & Informatics at Drexel University. His research explores information experience and ethics, particularly in the domains of personally meaningful activities.
His book Information Experience in Theory and Design (Emerald, 2020) provides a recent statement of his work in this area.
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