From Roy Ascott's Telematic Embrace, Ch8: Network as Artwork: The Future of Visual Arts Education (1978)
"Curriculum design in visual arts learning will not be based on rigid compartmentalization and specialization (departments of painting, sculpture, etc.), although skill banks allowing for media-specific instruction will remain. Instead, a learning landscape will be available to the student that will be global in scope and call on information and amenities from many disciplines and pursuits."
"These tendencies will also bring about greater connectivity between artists, designers, and other professionals, breeding new hybrids: quantum-artists, bio-aestheticians, and video planners, for example"
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