2016–2019 RESET THE APPARATUS! A Survey of the Photographic and the Filmic in Contemporary Art was an arts-based research project funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and based at the Media Theory Department of the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

Project number

AR 343-G24


Nina Ober


Translation and copyediting

Peter Blakeney & Christine Schöffler



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