Posts Tagged ‘aquamediale’
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- Jenna Sutela
- The Week May 29–June 4, 2023
- Urban Botox: Temporality in John Smith’s Films
- Photo Diary: 18th Venice Architecture Biennale
- Project Space Festival Opens in June
- Aging in Drag: An Interview with James Hosking
- Open Call: Transmediale x Chile Residency Programme
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