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- Field of dreams
- McCrea, Christian
- They say everybody wants to be 21. Any younger and you thirst for freedom from your world. Any older and you wish you could have it over again. Experimenta's awkward phase is now officially over; with two confident and popular exhibitions in House of Tomorrow (2003) and Vanishing Point (2005), the arrival of this year's Experimenta Playground represents the big push for the organisation. Big enough, in fact, to nominate itself as the International Biennale of Media Arts. The result was a confident and articulate experience that surveyed some of the most interesting works of recent years, while providing a map for those new to media art.
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- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Life and Social Sciences
- RealTime, No. 81 (Oct-Nov 2007), p. 24
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- Art exhibitions; Experimenta Playground; Experimental art; Fischli, Peter, 1952-; Interactive art; Jennifer and Kevin McCoy; Levin, Golan, 1972-; Lieberman, Zachary; Review; TMEMA; Video; Weiss, David, 1946-
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- Copyright © 2007 Christian McCrea. Published version of this paper reproduced with the kind permission of the publisher.
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