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The Digital Time of Internet Art. / Christou, Elisavet.

2017. Paper presented at Signal Effects: Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene, Bath, .

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Christou, E 2017, 'The Digital Time of Internet Art', Paper presented at Signal Effects: Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene, Bath, 28/04/17 - 28/04/17.

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Christou, E. (2017). The Digital Time of Internet Art. Paper presented at Signal Effects: Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene, Bath, .

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Christou E. The Digital Time of Internet Art. 2017. Paper presented at Signal Effects: Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene, Bath, .

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Christou, Elisavet. / The Digital Time of Internet Art. Paper presented at Signal Effects: Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene, Bath, .

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