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17.05.2011 International New Media Art Exhibition Provides Interactive Participation

International New Media Art Exhibition Provides Interactive Participation


On Friday, 13 May, one of the largest media art exhibitions in Europe, entitled "gateways. Art and Networked Culture", was opened to the public at the Kumu Art Museum. The works by the European artists in the exhibition examine the importance of network technologies, and their social and cultural impact on society. The exhibition will also expand into the Tallinn cityscape in the form of interactive projects and actions.

Twenty-seven artists from 16 European countries are participating in the exhibition and, of the 29 works on display, 14 are new projects that were specially commissioned for this exhibition.
The exhibition is taking place in close cooperation with the Goethe Institute and is part of the programme for European Capital of Culture 2011 – Tallinn. The exhibition is supported by EMT, the British Council, Auswärtiges Amt and the Spanish Embassy.

"gateways. Art and Networked Culture" will be on exhibit at the Kumu Art Museum from 13 May to 25 September 2011.

For more information: www.ekm.ee

Visiting the museum with Tallinn Card is free of charge.

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