Hybrid World

Hybrid World

Vol 24 no 4, 2004

The constant interchange of artists and ideas globally, encouraged by the world network of artist residencies has resulted in new genres of hybrid practice. Multiculturalism is reassessed, together with indigeneity, Pasifika, Asian threads and the South as a cultural force.

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Virtuous Networks

Melinda Rackham, feature

While many art institutions are just coming to terms with incorporating networked media into their exhibition programs, the genres have been exponentially expanding and mutating. In recognition of the newly hatched species that is networked media art, the ISEA2004 (the nomadic biennial festival held in Finland, Estonia and onboard a Baltic cruise ship) and the Australian ARS ELECTRONICA, dedicated a stream of their conference and exhibition programs to networked themes.

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