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A longstanding virtuoso of new media, Jim Campbell has been transforming the visual lexicon of digital data into art for 20 years. This retrospective of his career is buttressed with commentary by some of the genre's leading critics, such as John G. Hanhardt of the Smithsonian, Richard Schiff from the University of Texas at Austin and Richard Grusin, co-author of "Remediation: Understanding New Media."Hardcover
30 x 25cm
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