Bridge The Gap?

Notes

‘As an evolving conference model’ – dialogues

Artist / Author Akiko Miyake & Hans Ulrich Obrist
Reference A0082
Date 2002
Journal Janus
Journal date Winter 2002
Journal page 57-59
Type Article

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