That is completely amazing Julian.
Very interesting when you think about the significance of Ars
Electronica & couple that with our intended presence at Venice with
Hany Armanious & Michael Parekowhai.
And we have three winners from recent judging of the World Summit
Awards (yet to be announced).
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On 27/05/2011, at 1:58 AM, Honor Harger wrote:
Not sure if you've heard yet, but New Zealand artist, Julian Oliver,
has won the top prize at the world's most prestigious prize for
digital art - the Prix Ars Electronica:
Julian Oliver won the highly coveted Golden Nica in Interactive Art
for his work, "Newstweek" made in collaboration with Danja Vasiliev
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