Identity

Identifier

GB3451/OC/D/2101/468

Local Identifier

OC-D-2101-0468 (local reference number)

Date(s)

2004-07-28 16:33:58 (was last modification date)
2004-07-28 17:13:56 (was creation date of)

Access status

Open

Use status

CFCCA Copyright

Content

Scope and Content

Image of the installation ‘Long Life’ by Denise Kum, developed during their Breathe Residency at the Centre in 2004. The image is though to have been created by David Hancock, Residency Coordinator, on behalf of the Chinese Arts Centre.

Content Type

still image

Management and Use

Conditions on Access

A watermarked digital surrogate of the record is accessible online. The accessible surrogate of the original record can be accessed in the CFCCA Library by appointment for private non-commercial research.

Digital Surrogate Info

jpeg (362 KB, 1 files)

Conditions on Use

Installation view: Long Life (2004), Denise Kum, 2004 Jul – 2004 Aug 25, Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester. Photography thought to be by David Hancock, CAC Residency Coordinator on behalf of the Chinese Arts Centre. This record is available for private non-commercial research only. Requests for other uses must be sent to the copyright holder.

Carrier

Representation Type

mediated ➔ digital

Record Resource Extent

693.7 KB

Media Type

image ➔ jpeg

File Format

Exchangeable Image File Format (Compressed) 2.2

Related Content

Related People and Organisations

Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (1989-) (has creator)
Hancock, David, artist (has author)
Kum, Denise, artist (has intellectual property rights held by)

Related places

Manchester (has or had location)

Related Terms

Open (has access status)
CFCCA Copyright (has use status)
still images (has content type)
photographs (has documentary form type)
Originals (has record state)
digital (has representation type)
jpeg (has media type)
Exchangeable Image File Format (Compressed) 2.2 (has file format)
installations (visual works) (has or had subject)
sculpture (visual works) (has or had subject)
open studios (has or had subject)

Notes

Note

This document was processed 2021 as part of the 'Multicultural Heritage at the Crossroad: Organisational Resilience, Institutional Archive and Multicultural Voices' project with support from London Metropolitan University.

Rules or Conventions

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