This paper argues for an approach to mediation in digital arts practice that focuses on how change and difference emerge in the art-making process. Using Karen Barad’s agential realist conception of intra-action, this paper describes how the form and expression of digital art practice is co-constituted, yet contingently differentiated by the mediations of a whole host of entangled (f)actors. The case study that follows shows how these actors become more or less determinate and come to embody a particular set of concepts that become meaningful through digital art practice.

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