ABSTRACT

The author provides a viewpoint on the dialogue between computing and art by describing a framework for classification of Interactive Digital Artworks: information technology systems in which spectators are involved in the production of the artistic output. The author bases his approach on the input-process-output view of information systems and relates it to the “Computing as a Science” viewpoint. The framework is validated by classifying 33 interactive digital artworks presented at various international exhibitions.

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