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Intersculpt 2001
 

 

 
 

Intersculpt 2001 marked the second time that Fast-uk presented this biennial exhibition of work and ideas that demonstrate the impact of digital technologies on fine arts practice. Taking place at Manchester Metropolitan University's Righton Gallery as part of Digital Summer's [inter:face]01, the exhibition ran from the 7th - 20th November 2001. Intersculpt 2001 was an interactive exhibition which featured works of sculpture, digital imaging, installations, cyber/VR environments and sound. Intersculpt is an internet linked international exhibition in Asia, Australia, Europe, New Zealand and the United States. Intersculpt 2001 in Manchester featured the work of artists Keith Brown with Neil Davies and Matthew C. Forman, Brit Bunkley, Roger Clarke, Christopher Dean, Max Davison, Bruce Gernand, Hamish Marr, Franz Otto Novotny, Mark Palmer and rootoftwo.

Intersculpt 2001 was supported by Digital Summer, AHRB (the arts and humanities research board), Northwest Arts Board, 3D Systems, The Manchester Metropolitan University, and De Montfort University.

     
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