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Online resources



Bow Down Podcast: A series about significant women artists from the past who deserve our attention

Life Rewired Reads - a selection of essays commissioned in response to Life Rewired at London's Barbican Centre, exploring what it means to be human when technology is changing everything:

Monoskop Log - a digital library of arts and humanities. It features artists’ books, catalogues, fiction, poetry, video and sound next to critical, analytical and historical writings on arts and culture.


Open Culture - cultural and educational media on the web (inc. audio books)


Reading Design - an online archive of critical writing about design


Performance Magazine Online


The Painters’ Table

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thisistomorrow - contemporary art magazine archive with an extensive world-wide reach covering significant or innovative exhibitions.


Triple Canopy - encompasses digital works of art and literature, public conversations, exhibitions, and books.


UbuWeb. All avant-garde. All the time. - an archive of moving image and online works

Online Visual Resources

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Afterall: journal of art, context and enquiry. Picture essays:


Bloomberg Brilliant Ideas video series interviews with leading artists from Asia, Europe, north America, Latin America and the Middle East. Selected artists span art in a variety of media including sculpture, installation and performances.


CCAchannel huge range ofvideos on architecture


Creative Time public art videos


Guggenheim Museum youtube channel:


HENI talksshort films on art history topics fromleading artists, curators and academics. Chinese subtitles available.


MoMA (Museum of Modern Art, New York) youtube channel:


iai: The Institute of Art and Ideas videos of debates about ideas in art and culture


tate audio and video


Elephant Magazine featuring contemporary art

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