Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Describes material or content created in electronic form and saved as digital data, having had no initial or interstitial state as an analog or physical product. Usually used to refer to electronically produced drafts of text, correspondence or visual works such as photographs created with digital cameras. This material may be written or saved on personal computers, floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, hard drives, or any mode of digital storage media.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: GEN MSS 970
Overview: The collection consists of scrapbooks, correspondence, photographs, posters, visual poetry, artwork, writings, audiovisual materials, and electronic media documenting the life and work of Gianni Bertini. Correspondence includes letters from artists, galleries, and others. Notable correspondents include P. A. Benoit, Jean-Franc?ois Bory, Henri Chopin, Jacqueline de Jong, Jean Dubuffet, Jean-Clarence Lambert, Sarenco, and Serge Vandercam. Artwork includes examples of MEC-Art (mechanical artwork),...
Call Number: GEN MSS 1460
Overview: Writings, audiovisual works, photographic works, correspondence with literary colleagues, and other papers by or relating to French poet Jean-Franç?ois Bory (1938- ). The materials document Bory's literary and artistic works across several genres and media, in particular his interest for visual poetry, sound poetry, film directing, and photomontage. Drafts, paste-ups, and proofs from literary projects, as well as production materials for the films SAGA (1967-1968) and Quant au livre (2004),...
Call Number: GEN MSS 971
Overview: The collection consists of correspondence, typewriter poems, photographs, artwork, artist books, and photocopy books documenting the work of Sarenco. Notable correspondents inlcude Dēmosthenēs Agraphiōtēs, Gianni Bertini, Julien Blaine, Jean-François Bory, Ugo Carrega, Henri Chopin, Pierre Garnier, Ladislav Novák, and Lamberto Pignotti. Typewriter poems include works by Dēmosthenēs Agraphiōtēs, Bartolomé Ferrando, Henri Chopin, Hans Clavin, Ilse Garnier, Pierre Garnier, Arrigo...