At How Many Lux…?

Notes

This exhibition catalogue documents the work of artists casting light upon the relation between the individual and the systems that encircle our modern life.

Editor Lene Ter Haar, et al.
Publisher Onomatopee
ISBN 978-90-78454-79-3
Reference P2536
Date 2011
Type Publication

Keywords

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