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The 3rd Asia Europe Art Camp 2005: Artist Initiative Spaces & New Media Arts

Post-Event Publication : The 3rd Asia-Europe Art Camp 2005 "Artist Initiative Spaces & New Media Arts", Bandung, Indonesia, August 4-12, 2005

Published: 2005
Price: Free
Editor: Marie Le Sourd, Septina Ferniati, Lioni B. Tobing, Mirna Adzania, Tarlen Handayani
Publisher: ASEF, Bandung Center for New Media Arts
ISBN: 979-25-5430-0
Status: Out of Stock
Pages/Weight: 160 pages / 361 g
Related project: 3rd Asia-Europe Art Camp

The focus was on artist initiative spaces in relation with new media arts practices for the 3rd Asia-Europe Art Camp 2005 held in Bandung, Indonesia from 4th to 12th August 2005. This is its post event publication which includes reports and pictures on workshops, lectures, exhibitions and discussions that took place during the art camp. It describes a multi-lateral platform for exchange among young artists and cultural professionals to discover contexts and develop art practices. This book includes many of the reports in Indonesian as well as in English. The attached DVD contains a video documentation of lectures, presentations, discussions, workshops and excursions held during the art camp.

Readership: Arts and cultural researchers, academics, practitioners, students and policy makers.

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