'Singular objects inextricable from their respective material histories, absolutely incompatible with the compress and copy life of a jpeg' Erika Balsom, 'Against the Novelty of New Media: The Resuscitation of the Authentic'

by Jeanine Griffin, Tuesday, 14 May, 2019

What would it mean to consider an artwork as an artefact of an exhibition?

by Lucy Steeds, Thursday, 6 June, 2019

is a word that contains the strange bedfellows art and fact and is often mis-spelt as artifact.

by Esther Leslie, Monday, 17 June, 2019

A betrayal. Wherever it is mined from (the archive, from earth, or data), in its examination, the artefact 'betrays' another thought form: a distant civilisation, the experiment's apparatus, or, perhaps, the motion of the artist's fingertips.

by Matthew Cheeseman, Saturday, 11 April, 2020

Define Artefact:

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