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DEW line ... Art and technology, the continuous way

"The physiological, psychological, political, social and ethical ramifications of human trans-global movement, whether physical or virtual, are impossibly complex and serve to highlight the nature and shortcomings of human memory. We are each, individually, left with an increasingly fragmented, sporadic and random account of our collective and personal history.

That we are able to continue to live together with such conflicting narratives is tribute to the social imperative of the human animal ".

 I offer my work as just one 'dotted line' through experience, trusting that at some points it will resonate with others.

From through these words submit the English artist Philip lunn for exhibition collective , which began on September 1 , ended on 17 , and the exhibition was held in  The Art University college at Bournemouth , POSTGRADUATE SHOW , LONDON , 2010 , participated in the exhibition of many artists from different countries ….. the idea put forward is how we  communicate with others?

 Maybe we communicate in order to give social relations in the moment only and may in the future, the new is that we can communicate through art ,

There is always a connect-the art technology so that it can to keep the art .

The artists involved :

Pavel tichimorov

Adel fortia

Agnes jallorina

Anjali nayyar

Anke Edwards

Annette rogers

Clayton bailey

Denita tizard

Jan singhto

Kerry buckland

Kurt guo

Leyan beriashyili

Lung chard

Mandy eaton

Marjon white

Martin margathe

Miho kobayashi

Nicola harwood

Peter dunlap-shohl

Rafael tondi

Tony withers


Yulia katkova

Posted by adel fortia on 10/25/10

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