Since the 1960s, an international group of artists has embraced slide projection as a dynamic alternative to the tradition of painting, blending aspects of photography, film, and installation art. Slide Show is the first in-depth examination of how slides evolved into one of the most exciting art forms of our time. Essays by leading scholars and 200 color illustrations provide visual, historical, and critical insight into this unique medium.Kodaka#39;s announcement that it will no longer manufacture slide projectors after 2004 makes that gap permanent. ... images now wrap around the screen-skins of buildings, and flat screens flash video ads to pedestrians entering subways.
|Author||:||M. Darsie Alexander, Charles Harrison, Robert Storr|
|Publisher||:||Penn State Press - 2005|