Art unlimited: an investigation into contemporary digital arts and the free software movement.

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Lee, Chun;

Computing technology has not only significantly shaped many of the contemporary artistic disciplines, it has also given birth to many new and exciting practices. Modest, low cost hardware enabled artists to manipulate real-time multimedia data and coordinate vast amount... View more
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