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Telepresence event with Marina Zerbarini

Marina and Mariana speaking live from Buenos Aires

Marina and Mariana speaking live from Buenos Aires

On Tuesday 18th December Claire held a telepresence event in conjunction with members of the Veterans in Practice group, based in Liverpool. The event involved hooking up with the Argentine net.artist Marina Zerbarini for a live video interview over the internet, as well as live blogging.

Questions were put to Marina by various members of the group, including Alan, Brett, Kelly, and J.B., whilst Mariana helped with the translations. Emily provided the live blogging of the discussion, and J.B. took photographs of the event. Questions covered topics such as Marina’s background and her interests in digital art, the content and themes of her work, and the technical aspects of digital art production.

Brett, Kelly, Alan and Claire talk to Marina

Brett, Kelly, Alan and Claire talk to Marina

A record of the live blogging and the continuing discussion can be seen at:


The discussion is still open, and the group welcome any further comments on the discussion on the blog. Further photographs of the event can also be seen on the VIP Facebook page at:




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