Crack the code Crack the Binary Code was a symposium of multimedia criticism organised by the Centre for Contemporary Photography in conjunction with Melbourne's Interact Multimedia festival. The event managed the largest attendance of all other forums at Interact. It was designed to see if multimedia could be assimilated into the traditional arts.

What transpired on Saturday 1st November was a qualified 'No'. There seemed more interest in a critical language outside established discourse, even beyond print. The day proceeded with much dissent.

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Coordinated by Kevin Murray, organised by Centre of Contemporary Photography in conjunction with the Interact Multimedia Festival. This project is assisted by the New Media Fund of the Australia Council and Arts Victoria.

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