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Today, the relationship between curiosity, imagination and networks at the interface of art and science are important concepts for many artists. In this paper, this dialogue will be examined through the work of some artists that have been funded by the Migros Culture Percentage — a unique organization in Switzerland.

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Landwehr, D. (2010). Bacteria, Robots and Networks. In: Scott, J. (eds) Artists-in-Labs Networking in the Margins. Springer, Vienna. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7091-0321-0_4

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