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Media Revolt

Istvan Kantor
Artists' Books
17 × 24 cm
, New Media, Contemporary Art, Photography, Film/Video

MEDIA REVOLT” was published in Poland by WRO Media Centre as part of a semi-retrospective exhibition of Istvan Kantor’s media art. It’s not an exhibition catalogue but a selection of Kantor’s own writings, in english, illustrated by a large number of photographic documents starting in the 80s up to today. The book also contains a DVD of selected art videos and video documentation of Kantor’s performance work. Curated/edited by Ptr Kraj and Violetta Kutlubasis-Krajewska.

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