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Amelia Swan

Carding and shelving have been replaced by information management involving everything from media arts to information science.

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About the author

Amelia Swan is a Melbourne-based arts writer. She studied History of Art at Edinburgh, Scotland and came to Australia in 1994. The latter studies gave her a background in the history of European art from ancient archaelogy to the present day. Contemporary art has been her focus in recent writing, in particular Australian multi-media work and sound art. The intention of her writing is to support contemporary artists in Australia with responsive and descriptive writing to the end of strengthening a sense of cultural context and dialogue within Australia and internationally.