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Regionality and new media art
  • Grayson Cooke, Southern Cross University
  • Dea Morgain
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This paper is a discussion of our work in new media art and photography since moving to the Wide Bay / Burnett region of South East Queensland - a 'regional' area, and one significantly different from the urban environments both of us had inhabited up until our move. As well as outlining some of the issues facing new media art in regional areas, this paper describes our attempt to produce work that reflects our impressions of this region, that responds to and challenges notions of regionality, and that seeks to find a role for new media art in the regional context.
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Cooke, G & Morgain, D 2005, 'Regionality and new media art', Transformations, Issue 12.

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