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Conceptual Innovation of the Art Development of Digital Media Library

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DOI: 10.23977/artpl.2021.21001 | Downloads: 23 | Views: 1771


Jing Bao 1


1 Department of Library, Nanyang Normal University, Nanyang, China

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Jing Bao


In the 21st century, under the background of the rapid development of globalization and information society, the intervention of science and technology has brought endless innovation and possibility to art creation. The important position of new media in the management of digital library. In order to keep up with the pace of the rapid development of science and technology, library management must also innovate, and the establishment and continuous innovation and improvement of digital library are particularly important. New media art has become an important part of contemporary visual art. In the context of the current era, the sharp contrast between the rapid development of the digital media industry and the lag of digital media art education requires us to carry out the concept transformation and innovation of “injury”. The innovation of digital media art creation methods relies more on the combination of scientific and technological innovation, scientific theory and innovative ideas. At present, there are three main forms of digital media art: interactive digital media art, algorithmic digital media art and digital media art based on artificial intelligence. The advancement of science and technology and the innovation of ideas will become the driving force for the development of digital media art. Creative industry and information design will be the mainstream of digital media art. Digital media art will bring new ideas and new visions of art innovation. This paper studies and analyzes the development prospects and status of digital media libraries and how innovative ideas can promote the artistic development of digital media libraries. It is hoped that the public will have an objective understanding of the art development of the digital media library and understand the development of conceptual innovation and digital media art. The importance of promoting the common development of cultural and creative industries and digital media.


The Digital Media Library, Artistic Innovation, Concept Innovation, Artistic Form


Jing Bao. Conceptual Innovation of the Art Development of Digital Media Library. Art and Performance Letters (2021) 2: 1-11. DOI:


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