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Catalogue for a juried exhibition curated by scientists conceived by Art & Technology guru Billy Klüver. Organized by Experiments in Art and Technology in conjunction with the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of Modern Art, a call for submissions was placed in the New York Times on November 12, 1967 [reproduced in this catalogue] the show drew budding technologists / artists with the chosen work ultimately exhibited at the Museum. The catalogue itself is a technologic relic and a design period piece, long on conception, but short on actually being readable in a coherent way. Nevertheless, an important period-piece of early art and technology projects. -- Specific Object
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