Connected cities: Kunstprozesse im urbanen Netz : Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum Duisburg und ausgewählte Standorte der Industriekultur : 20. Juni bis 1. August '99

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Hatje Cantz, 1999 - Architecture - 238 pages
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This book looks at the Ruhr region of Germany as a model for the decentralized communications culture of the digital age, and as a future workshop for new forms of communication. Using new telecommunications media to enhance the artistic dialogue between contributors to this book, Connected Cities documents interactive and spatial projects by established and emerging architects and media artists such as Paul Garrin, Ingo Gunther, Lynn Hershman, Knowbotic Research, Francesca da Rimini & Marko Deseriis, Paul Sermon & Andrea Zapp, and Supreme Particles, and includes texts by internationally respected critics, theoreticians, and architects such as Toyo Ito and Rem Koolhaas.

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Contents

Section 1
28
Section 2
39
Section 3
72

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Christoph Brockhaus works as the director of the Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, Germany.

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