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Zeitgenossen - binary art site
Ursula Hentschl├Ąger, Zelko Wiener/A

The informational architecture looming in the background of media artworks exerts a massive influence on artistic production in this area. Thus, the boundaries and limitations of the medium become an essential part of the encounter with the medium itself. The Web dramaturgy of Zeitgenossen refers to the medial specificities of the World Wide Web: navigation, individual scenarios and their transitions are essential experiential elements of the overall phenomenon within the Binary Art Site.
Source: Sabine Starmayr

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