Information

Type

Archival Record

Identifier

GB3451/OC/D/2101/600

Other Identifiers

OC-D-2101-0600 (local reference number)

Date(s)

2005-05-05 (is related to)
2001-12-31 22:05:00 (was last modification date)

Record Resource Extent

322 KB

Scope and Content

Image of Horizon by Maria Chen Pascual at the Re-Fashion exhibition at the Chinese Arts Centre. The photograph is thought to have been created by David Hancock, Residency Coordinator at the Centre.

History

This record was originally held in the folder: David - Breathe Folder/Re-Fashion in folders managed by the Residency Coordinator (ACC/2021/1). Although the last date modified in the image is recorded in the metadata as 2001, the images must have been taking in 2005 after the opening of the exhibition. It is likely that the date on the device capturing the images was set incorrectly. 

Access and Use

Representation Type

mediated ➔ digital

Conditions on Access

A watermarked surrogate is available online for viewing purposes. An accessible surrogate of the record is available for private non-commercial research by request or in the CFCCA Library by appointment.

Conditions on Use

Installation view: Horizon, 2005, Maria Chen Pascual. Re-Fashion, 2005 May 06 -2005 July 17, Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester. Photography by the Chinese Arts Centre. Courtesy of the CFCCA Archive & Library, (GB3451/OC/D/2101/600). This record is available for private non-commercial research only.

Accessible Surrogate Information

jpeg (318 KB, 1 files)

Related Information

Keywords & Terms

esea contemporary Copyright ; hard drives ; digital ; jpeg ; Exchangeable Image File Format (Compressed) 2.2 ; still images ; digital photograph ; Originals ; installations (visual works) ; exhibitions ; Thomas Street Programme (2003-) ; Online

Descriptive Note

Note

This record 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

Our archival collections have been catalogued following the International Standard of Archival Description (ISAD(G)) and principles of Records in Context (RiC). The library collection has been documented following the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) standard and the International Standard for Bibliographic Description (ISBD).

Subject terms for the collections have been taken from the Resource Description Access (RDA) values which are made available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License; the National Archives’ PRONOM online registry of technical information; IANA media types. MIME types; Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT)® and Thesaurus of Geographic Names (TGN)® which are made available under the ODC Attribution License.