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A growing archive of streaming experimental video, media art and performance documentation from the 1960s to present, featuring work from 60+ artists. EAI is a has been a leading international resource for video and media art since 1971.
  • Open Access. No login required.
  • Contains images.
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We have compiled our research in the form of an index. The index aims to serve as a tool for students to use as a stepping stone towards re-considering works they might use as a reference in their own practice. We are invested in the construction of the future of the discipline as a continuously evolving body of knowledge. The Project Archive represents this generation’s opportunity for course correction. It offers us the chance to choreograph our own path. It empowers future designers and enlarges our disciplines' imagination. We embrace the multi-authored narrative. We engage in the intelligence of pop culture. We opt for inclusion rather than exclusion. Join our collective. Help us crowdsource a different future for architecture. Be the change!
Provides access to thousands of scholarly eBooks in the humanities and social sciences. All fully downloadable and DRM-free.
A international source of publisher information on all types of periodicals including journals, newspapers, and open source publications. Use for literature reviews and to determine if a journal is peer reviewed. See the Ulrich's User Guide for more info or ask a Research & Instruction Librarian for a demo of this database's features.
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