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Polyptique, Frederic Madre & Veronique Muller
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An Exploration of the Visual Mind of the Software Artist, Ewan Steel
Lego for a Meta-Theory of Meta-Art-Forms, Andreas Leo Findeisen
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State of the Union, Brad Borevitz
ChucK: Strongly-timed, On-the-fly Audio Programming Language, Ge Wang and Perry Cook
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