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Changing Museum Environments Global Articulations of the ‘Video Text’ (1968–1990) by Cyrus Manasseh

Cyrus Manasseh is finishing his PhD at the University of Western Australia in the Department of Visual Arts. His PhD dissertation topic centres on the problematic posed by film and video for art institutions within 1968-1990. He has studied film, art and philosophy at Reading University, University of London (Birkbeck) and University of Greenwich, London. At UWA since 2004, he has lectured and run seminars for undergraduate students in art and architectural history and theory and film. His publications include a paper which focuses mainly on curatorial aspects entitled: ‘The Cairo Museum, the National Museum of Athens, the Ancient Iran Museum and the Louvre: Curatorial Practices from East to West and Back’.

Cyrus Manasseh is finishing his PhD at the University of Western Australia in the Department of Visual Arts. His PhD dissertation topic centres on the problematic posed by film and video for art institutions within 1968-1990. He has studied film, art and philosophy at Reading University, University of London (Birkbeck) and University of Greenwich, London. At UWA since 2004, he has lectured and run seminars for undergraduate students in art and architectural history and theory and film. His publications include a paper which focuses mainly on curatorial aspects entitled: ‘The Cairo Museum, the National Museum of Athens, the Ancient Iran Museum and the Louvre: Curatorial Practices from East to West and Back’.

(DOI: http://doi.org/10.38030/emaj.2007.2.2PDF)