The object says it all: intertexuality in artistic practice. A performance lecture

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Long, T. 2015. The object says it all: intertexuality in artistic practice. A performance lecture. Sidney Cooper Gallery 17 Mar 2015
CreatorsLong, T.
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Performance Lectures are a series of innovative presentations organised by the Centre for Practice-Based Research in the Arts, CCCU, specifically for the Sidney Cooper Gallery, blurring the lines between lecture and live performance.

Date2015
Exhibition titleThe object says it all: intertexuality in artistic practice
Web address (URL)https://youtu.be/Xk-58Lu-LSE
Related URLhttps://youtu.be/CFelk3ghHB4
FunderCanterbury Christ Church University
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Deposited01 Feb 2017
Completed17 Mar 2015
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