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and as considerably more helpful than mere compilations of examples. This is also re ected in the fact that some EMEE partners have volun- tarily translated the English Toolkit version into their respective national language. The texts, which comprise a total of 1,300 pages, highlight how much time and effort the EMEE partners have put into exploring this subject matter and they also prove that they endeavored to provide the EMEE concept with a theoretically solid and practically comprehen- sive foundation.
The genuine and passionate commitment of the partners of the EMEE project also becomes evident when looking at the additional pub- lications of the project, which were not included in the project plan. The Italian partner published an additional anthology on the project including essays in Italian to further promote the ideas of the project in this partner country. This is also true for the German versions of Toolkit 1 and Toolkit 5, which were provided by the coordinator and the Austrian partner to expedite dissemination. Similarly, the Slovenian partner made sure to offer a Slovenian version of Toolkit 2. Moreover, the three museum part- ners released additional catalogue volumes to complement their EuroVi- sion Lab.s. Even the results of the EMEE Young Scenographers Contest were compiled in an additional catalogue. Finally, the artist group mono- chrom contributed, among other things, its own catalogue on the topic of Change of Perspective. How to Attract Non-Visitors with Artist Con- cepts, which includes a collection of ideas for the EMEE concept. (See the bibliography of EMEE publications)
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