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Marchevska, E (2016)
Publisher: Punctum
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
My paper discusses the production of borders, examining how they engage bodies and spatial scales. I carry performative research with mobile digital media, between these borders in order to enable new term of artistic and political engagement.
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