Archival Record



Other Identifiers

OC-D-2101-0459 (local reference number)


2004-07-28T16:34:23 (was last modification date)
2004-07-28T17:08:12 (was creation date of)

Record Resource Extent

635.5 KB

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.


The record was originally held in the folder ‘David - Breathe Folder\Denise_Kum_CAC_Images_2010_12_18_1625.7z\Images by David’ in a back-up of files managed by the Residency Coordinator (ACC/2021/1).

Access and Use

Representation Type

mediated ➔ digital

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.

Conditions on Use

Long Life (2004), Denise Kum, 2004 Jul – 2004 Aug 25, Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester. Copyright of the Chinese Arts Centre and Denise Kum. Courtesy of the CFCCA Archive & Library ((GB3451/OC/D/2101/459). This record is available for private non-commercial study use only.

Accessible Surrogate Information

jpeg (314 KB, 1 files)

Related Information

Keywords & Terms

Online ; esea contemporary Copyright ; still images ; digital photograph ; Originals ; digital ; jpeg ; Exchangeable Image File Format (Compressed) 2.2 ; installations (visual works) ; sculpture (visual works) ; open studios ; Breathe Residency, (2003-2013) ; hard drives

Descriptive 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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