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Interview: Critical Curatorial Cybermedia course: an interview with Liliane Schneiter
...art (net art, interactive computer installations, etc.)?
LS: An important part of the course content concerns the re-reading of the Frankfurt School, specially Walter Benjamin’s essays by “bundling” con...
Interview: Régine Debatty
... It used to be interactive installations, now I’m more into bioart, critical design, and sustainability...
Interview: Interview with Laura Fernández & Marcos García.
...is about interactive works in particular, I was wondering, were there particular challenges for production, for working in collaborative groups, that were specific to interactive works rather ...
Presentation: "Art And Money Online"
[…] Now these works are obviously hybrid works and they were commissioned for the show...
Presentation: Matt Locke: The Media Centre, Huddersfield
... there are stand up interactive installation pieces...
Presentation: Hannah Redler: C-Plex, Sandwell
... a good model for interactive work and it is useful to look at how much time people spend in these galleries...
Presentation: Introductory Remarks
...finding money; interactive learning tools; distribution; making new media projects that sizzle or fizzle; and writing for new media.[i] Later on, in June of...
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Profile: Beryl Graham
...relationships with interactive art in gallery settings, and she has written widely on the subject for books and periodicals including Leonardo, Convergence, and Art Monthly.
Tom Holley <tomholley@THE-MEDIA-CENTRE.CO.UK>
ULTRASOUND / 2004 / 25 / 26 / 27 November /
SHOWCASE / FRI 26 / 10am - 4 .30pm /