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Art in the Internet Age

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Laurie

A very interesting film about art in the age of the internet... Raises many questions about the nature of art, the wheelings and dealings of the ¨experts¨ of the artworld (honorifically labeled ¨curators¨), and the power of both technology and economic forces to suppress novelty.

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BENJAMIN

Augmented Reality ftw

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