The Sequence
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The Sequence

From visual to virtual arts

Technology modified the ways of producing works of art, circulation, consumption and protection

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What would impressionism be without the paint tubes that took the studio to the garden? And what about the meeting, in 1927, between the Dadaist Raoul Hausmann and the engineer Daniel Broido, from the German AEG, in Berlin, which resulted in the patent for…

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Deborah MT

Deborah MT

Creative Content Creator & Strategist | Ph.D. In Computing Arts I Modern Polymath I Designer I Writer I Professor I Researcher I Unfluencer

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