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July 12th, 2007

Reginé Debatty from WMMNA on What Happens When Artists Mess Around With Technology at the PSFK Conference London

Abstract:
In this 28 minute video, Reginé Debatty of We Make Money Not Art describes how today's artists explore electronics, digital bits and even the so-called "emerging technologies" such as biotechnology or nanotechnology; and explains why it should matter to us?

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