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Was post-digital better?

Was post-digital better?
Was post-digital better?
The book includes texts by Verena Kuni, Jan Distelmeyer, Manuel Bürger, Clemens Jahn, Nina Franz and a conversation among Danny Aldred, Kristoffer Gansing and Siegfried Zielinski. As a result of a seminar held at the Berlin University of the Arts, it documents the outcomes of the students confronted with the notion of “post-digital”
Revolver Publishing
Aldred, Danny
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Conrads, Martin
Morlok, Franziska
Aldred, Danny
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Conrads, Martin
Morlok, Franziska

Aldred, Danny (2014) Was post-digital better? In, Conrads, Martin and Morlok, Franziska (eds.) War postdigital besser? Berlin, DE. Revolver Publishing.

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The book includes texts by Verena Kuni, Jan Distelmeyer, Manuel Bürger, Clemens Jahn, Nina Franz and a conversation among Danny Aldred, Kristoffer Gansing and Siegfried Zielinski. As a result of a seminar held at the Berlin University of the Arts, it documents the outcomes of the students confronted with the notion of “post-digital”

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Published date: 2014
Organisations: Winchester School of Art

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Local EPrints ID: 391986
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/391986
PURE UUID: 58139f8e-4260-44bc-b7f2-585846ea544e

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Date deposited: 10 May 2016 11:19
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 19:21

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Author: Danny Aldred
Editor: Martin Conrads
Editor: Franziska Morlok

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