Arts and Media, Digital art and computer, poetry and paper: an useless and redundant controversy

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A sheet of paper can be used in various ways : To write a shopping list, for example . Or to wrap the eggs. Or again, to write a poem, or make a sketch . We live in an age of relativism , in which everything can be everything. So maybe , brandishing the butcher's bill , and placing it within a frame, in the context of a show, someone will say " this is art ." But in the general , few will argue that those who write the shopping list on a sheet can , in some way since it uses the same means used by the poet to write his poems , poetry understood (at least based solely on the fact that know trace of graphic signs on a sheet of paper ) . Time . An artist , who uses digital , use the ' information technology as a tool to express his art , usually because they can not find in traditional media (such as a sheet of paper) adequate support to express his views (for example, if it is of "visions in motion" ) . A " computer " means to " computer science " , his work is in some way then to know how to best use a medium that has not yet reached the ' expressive immediacy of a sheet of paper. An artist who uses digital , must necessarily be understood in computer science, to translate into images and sounds his ideas. Although the current technological trend is increasingly to make it more "human" and accessible human-machine interfaces (think of the ease of ' use of the new devices apple laptop , for example). So in a not too distant future , we can find numerous artists 'digital' that you intend VERY computer . It makes sense then do you say that a " computer " should not be construed NECESSARILY digital art ? A sheet of paper can be used in various ways : To write a shopping list, for example . Or to wrap the eggs. Or again, to write a poem, or make a sketch . We live in an age of relativism , in which everything can be everything. So maybe , brandishing the butcher's bill , and placing it within a frame, in the context of a show, someone will say " this is art ." But in the general , few will argue that those who write the shopping list on a sheet can , in some way since it uses the same means used by the poet to write his poems , poetry understood (at least based solely on the fact that know trace of graphic signs on a sheet of paper ) . Time . An artist , who uses digital , use the ' information technology as a tool to express his art , usually because they can not find in traditional media (such as a sheet of paper) adequate support to express his views (for example, if it is of "visions in motion" ) . A " computer " means to " computer science " , his work is in some way then to know how to best use a medium that has not yet reached the ' expressive immediacy of a sheet of paper. An artist who uses digital , must necessarily be understood in computer science, to translate into images and sounds his ideas. Although the current technological trend is increasingly to make it more "human" and accessible human-machine interfaces (think of the ease of ' use of the new devices apple laptop , for example). So in a not too distant future , we can find numerous artists 'digital' that you intend VERY computer . It makes sense then do you say that a " computer " should not be construed NECESSARILY digital art ?