Low Tide: Writings on Artists’ Collaborations

Notes

During the nineties inter-disciplinary collaborative practice emerged as one of the most significant art form developments of the decade, yet it received negligible critical attention.

Artist / Author Jeni Walwin
Publisher Black Dog Publishing
ISBN 1 901033 85 6
Reference P0762
Date 1997
Type Publication

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