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Color Plates

Color Plate A

No. 1. Gilbertto Prado, Desertesejo, 2000. The project is an artistic multi-user virtual environment developed in VRML.
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Gilbertto Prado, Desertesejo, 2000. The project is an artistic multi-user virtual environment developed in VRML.

© Gilbertto Prado

No. 2. George Legrady, Pockets Full of Memories, DEAF03 screen projection, 2003. (See article by Brigitte Steinheider and George Legrady.)
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George Legrady, Pockets Full of Memories, DEAF03 screen projection, 2003. (See article by Brigitte Steinheider and George Legrady.)

© George Legrady

No. 3. Takuro Osaka, daylight view of Lunar Project: Capture the Moon Light, 18 stainless steel mirrors (1.5 x 1.5 m) on a rice field (50 X 400 m), 2000. Created for the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial Niigata. Lunar Project was performed on July 16, 2000, when a long total eclipse of the moon took place.
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Takuro Osaka, daylight view of Lunar Project: Capture the Moon Light, 18 stainless steel mirrors (1.5 x 1.5 m) on a rice field (50 X 400 m), 2000. Created for the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial Niigata. Lunar Project was performed on July 16, 2000, when a long total eclipse of the moon took place.

© Takuro Osaka. Photo © Mareo Tsunemasa

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Color Plate B

No. 1. Karen O'Rourke, A Map Larger Than the Territory, web site splash page. This project aims to create a new spatio-temporal image of urban space by combining real-time geographical information with respondents' subjective experiences and associations.
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Karen O'Rourke, A Map Larger Than the Territory, web site splash page. This project aims to create a new spatio-temporal image of urban space by combining real-time geographical information with respondents' subjective experiences and associations.

© Karen O'Rourke

No. 2. Andrea Duncan, Twenty-three Pairs, digital print, 144 x 126 cm, from the project humanscape, 2002. Socks are paired with chromosomal pairs and the genetic footprint; these socks not only mimic the chromosomes themselves but also reflect the human lifespan.
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Andrea Duncan, Twenty-three Pairs, digital print, 144 x 126 cm, from the project humanscape, 2002. Socks are paired with chromosomal pairs and the genetic footprint; these socks not only mimic the chromosomes themselves but also reflect the human lifespan.

© Andrea Duncan

No. 3. Diana Domingues, Serpentarium, from Ouroboros, interactive web-art project, 1998, <>. The participant's connection with the robot consists of a virtual incorporation into the snake body represented by the robot that lives among real snakes.
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Diana Domingues, Serpentarium, from Ouroboros, interactive web-art project, 1998, <http://artecno.ucs.br/ouroboros/places/serpentariumorientdividido.html>. The participant's connection with the robot consists of a virtual incorporation into the snake body represented by the robot that lives among real snakes.

© Diana Domingues

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