Eastwood is a Serbian artist collective.


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Eastwood – Real Time Strategy Group was founded by Kristian Lukic and Vladan Joler in 2002. In their collaborative projects they create and use computer games as a tool for new visions of art and cultural practice.

Eastwood is a group dedicated to the research of relations between information technology and cultural practice. Eastwood establishes a platform for understanding of basic principles of information society and wider implications that a new social and class system is bringing.


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