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Exhibition Notes

The Science Museum (2012) Susan Treister: Hexen 2.0. London: The Science Museum

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Picture Sources/Credits


Figure 1 Suzanne Treister <http://www.suzannetreister.net >
Figure 2  Suzanne Treister <http://www.suzannetreister.net >
Figure 3 Vermeir, Koen. “The magic of the magic lantern (1660-1700): on analogical
               demonstration and the visualization.” British Journal for the History of Science; Jun 2005; 
               38, 137; Arts & Humanities Full Text p. 135.
Figure 4 Suzanne Treister <http://www.suzannetreister.net >
Figure 5 Suzanne Treister <http://www.suzannetreister.net >
Figure 6 Suzanne Treister <http://www.suzannetreister.net >
Figure 7    Science Museum  <http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/broughttolife/objects/display.aspx? id=10708>
Figure 8    Suzanne Treister <http://www.suzannetreister.net >
Figure 9    Suzanne Treister <http://www.suzannetreister.net >
Figure 10  Brookman, Philip. (2010) Eadweard Muybridge. London: Tate Publishing.
Figure 11  Chéroux, Clément. Fischer, Andreas. (2005) The Perfect Medium: Photography and the  
                   occult. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
Figure 12  http://libweb.uoregon.edu/ec/exhibits/haycox/gallery7.html (Goldwyn).
                  <http://neutron.kth.se/gallery/chernobyl/(Chernobyl> 3-Core)