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Curating new media Third Baltic International Seminar 10-12 May 2001 by BALTIC International Seminar (3rd 2001 St. Mary"s Church, Gateshead, England)

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  • Computer art -- Congresses.,
  • Interactive multimedia -- Congresses.,
  • Technology and the arts -- Congresses.,
  • Interactive art -- Congresses.

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StatementTamas Banovich ... [et al.] ; edited by Sarah Cook, Beryl Graham & Sarah Martin.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesB.READ -- 6
ContributionsBanovich, Tamas., Cook, Sarah, 1974-, Graham, Beryl., Martin, Sarah, 1972-, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.
The Physical Object
Pagination198 p. ;
Number of Pages198
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22494312M
ISBN 101903655064

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An Overview of Main Models and Issues for Curating New Media”, in Christiane Paul (ed.), New Media in the White Cube and Beyond. Curatorial Models for Digital Art. Berkley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, p. 27 ∗∗∗. A new ethics for the global practice of curating Today, everyone is a curator.

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