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Who is this?
“The problem isn’t so much the result of the decision to become
multimedia. The problem is the fact that too many people
associate the idea of quality with the multimedia.”
Thomas, Media Inquiry
This column has been with me since 1996, and in the last few weeks I’ve
been thinking about becoming a multimedia artist. I’ve been doing
“traditional” work (drawing, painting, printmaking, etc.) for most of
my adult life. But I’ve been dabbling with video, and even in the
last year or two, I’ve been focusing more on interactive, collaborative
work that includes multi-media.
In writing this column I’ve often dealt with the problem of
representing quality in the arts. But perhaps it’s time to move on,
to become more than just an academic conversation – to realize, at
last, that I’m not just talking about “quality” as an idea, but
talking about the quality of a thing.
Multimedia must begin to stand apart from the rest of the
conversation. We have to raise questions that can’t be answered
with “Yes,” or “No,” or a statistical analysis of who has won a Grammy,
or a Pulitzer.
Multimedia must return to focus on the experiential quality of a
thing. We know from anthropology, from studies on media and the arts,
from insights gained in some other disciplines, from our own experiences
working in arts organizations, that quality is best understood in
terms of experience, not information.
We need to remember that a computer isn’t a report on the brain.
If we can create things that are significant and memorable, we’ve done
something worthwhile. In other words, multimedia arts need to
start asking themselves if they’re real,