The term '4D Design' has a use primarily in an industry and commercial
context rather than arts one, as 2D and 3D design. Nevertheless it
should be in your dictionary.
Faculty of Art & Design
De Montfort University, UK.
You can find further details at an archive www site address below:
On Wed, 7 Jul 1999, diane leduc wrote:
> Dear members of the dance-tech list,
> this message is a general request :
> I'm actually working under the direction of Louise Poissant at the
> Universite du Quebec a Montreal (UQAM) on a project of an electronic
> dictionnary called : "DICTIONNAIRE DES ARTS MEDIATIQUES". I'm covering
> the dance section (of course dance and the technologies of all kind) and
> I'm well advance in the research of NEW WORDS on this subject.
> If anyone of you have suggestions, ideas, words or definitions
> concerning dance and the technologies please address it to me via the
> list or by e-mail : email@example.com.
> For your information, there is a french paper edited version of this
> dictionary and the bilingual electronic version (internet) is under
> way. It contain words used in media art such as MIDI, wireframe,
> modelling, sensors, interactive etc.
> Even if it doesn't contain specifically company names or artists there
> is a section called "Works"(that contains for example David Rokeby) and
> another one called "Commentaries" . If you want, you can send me any
> informations about you or your compagny (as much as possible : resume,
> history, description of the works and projects done or to be, credits,
> systems used, tools, philosophy, performances etc.). Videos are
> appreciated because it helps us judging the quality and the pertinence
> of the submission. We will pay attention to each answer we'll get.
> Finally, note that if the informations you sent me doesn't at the end
> appear on the dictionnary, it might be used for other purposes such as a
> book on history in dance and technologies or another dictionnary
> specifically on artists, companies and their works, two projects that
> are at an initial phase.
> Thank you in advance for your collaboration and please write back
> anytime by e-mail for further questions or suggestions about the
> dictionnary or dance and tehnologies.
> Diane Leduc, b.arch., m.arts(danse)