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Neolife: Representing extinct life through 3D print: A contemporary arts practice re-invents a life of a Crangonyctoid cave shrimp
Sarah Robinson, Edith Cowan UniversityFollow
School of Arts and Humanities
Originally available as Robinson, S. (2015). Neolife: Representing extinct life through 3d print: A contemporary arts practice re-invents a life of a Crangonyctoid cave shrimp. Paper presented at the SymbioticA Neolife 2015 SLSA (Society for Literature, Science & the Arts) conference, Perth, 1-3 October, 2015. Conference program available here.
Robinson, S. (2017). Imperceptible Realities: An exhibition – and – Digitalisation: Re-imaging the real beyond notions of the original and the copy in contemporary printmaking: An exegesis. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/1981
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