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The British decided to speak Polish!The British decided to speak Polish!
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Computers and Modern Art: Digital Art Museum Mike KingComputers and Modern Art: Digital Art Museum Mike King
Museum, which is an electronic archive devoted to the history and practice of computer art, and is also active in curating exhibitions of the work
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Cultural value and social justice: towards a collaborative agendaCultural value and social justice: towards a collaborative agenda
Report of a workshop held at the University of Warwick, on 15th July 2014 by Alice Borchi
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Paper Proposal for ‘What is the Contemporary?’, St Andrews, Sept 2014Paper Proposal for ‘What is the Contemporary?’, St Andrews, Sept 2014
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Public Art as Public Authorship: Jochen Gerz’s Future MonumentPublic Art as Public Authorship: Jochen Gerz’s Future Monument
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