Intimate Delights and Dark Disturbances

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Review of Proximity Festival 2014, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, 22 Oct-2 Nov.

Artist / Author Nerida Dickinson
Reference A0621
Date 2014
Journal realtime
Journal date Dec-Jan 2014
Journal page 20
Type Article

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