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Rendezvous: a collaboration between art, research and communities

By Cécile Chevalier


The Remediating the social book includes full proceedings of the conference in Edinburgh, 2012, including full texts of essays and full colour artist's pages with documentation of works commissioned for the Remediating the social exhibitio

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Publisher: Electronic Literature as a Model for Creativity and Innovation in Practice
Year: 2012
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