Jean M. Ippolito is a Professor and Art Historian in the Humanities Division at the University of Hawaii at Hilo.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Art Commodities from Japan: Propagating Art and Culture via the Internet

New Media artists of Japan bring aspects of their own cultural traditions through aesthetic choices and provocative thought to the eyes of an international audience by using the Internet.

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Globalization and Teaching The Contemporary: Including Important Avant-garde Contributions to the International Art Arena from the People’s Republic of China

Contemporary international art trends, new media as well as avant-garde, are important components in a well-rounded introductory college-level course in Asian Art.

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Parody and Appropriation: European Art Traditions in the Digital Media Art of China

This paper is an analysis of concepts in digital works by contemporary Chinese artists that parody and appropriate well-known masterpieces in Western European tradition.

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The Search for New Media: Late 20th Century Art and Technology in Japan

There has been burgeoning interest in documenting the history of digital media within the international art and technology movement so prevalent today.

Book: Electronic

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Book: Print

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Blending Cultures via Computer: New Media Artists of China

In China, the virtual environment of the computer is sometimes used to revive and abstract traditional cultural concepts. It is also used to blend these ideas with Western cultural imagery.

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