Access All Areas: Symposium Three ‘Throwing The Body Into The Fight’

Notes

Digital Reference refers to folder containing four movies. Manuel Vason recording (see also British Library footage, D1619).

Artist / Author Various
Digital Ref EF5039
Date 2011
Type Digital File

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