Post Photography Prototyping Prize 2018

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Brown, Adam, Iseli, Tabea and Warburton, Alan Post Photography Prototyping Prize 2018.
CreatorsBrown, Adam, Iseli, Tabea and Warburton, Alan
Description

In 2018 Tabea Iseli Alan Warburton and Adam Brown won the Post-Photography Prototyping Prize, organised by Fotomuseum Winterthur, in association with the Photographers’ Gallery, London and the Julius Baer Foundation. Their winning entry consisted of a public multimedia installation combining their individual experience in games design, photography and CGI modelling. The piece was built in a single day, in a hackathon involving competing teams of makers.

Publication process dates
Deposited23 Dec 2019
Accepted author manuscript
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