Tupada Revolt

Notes

Programme of TAMA ’08, the Tupada Action and Media Art Fifth International Action Art Event titled TUPADA REVOLT (April 25, 28,29 2008) with international performance events, creating connections with local and foreign artists in the spirit of meaningful cultural and information exchange, and melding concepts, directions and personalities together to create an independent ground for art expressing concerns

Reference P1224
Date 2008
Type Publication

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