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L'art de l'o(a)ccident

Adriana Lara
International Winners Collective
Artists' Books
22.5 × 30 × 2 cm
Audio, Music

L’Art De L’O(A)ccident is a publication by Adriana Lara based on the music by Dilian released on the International Winners Collective label from New York in a cassette tape and digital format, titled TBH. The audio files were sent to Adriana with no specific instructions nor limitations on what her input should be and the resulting work was her own proposal to accompany or translate the music provided to her.

Softcover, perfect-bound publication and audio cassette in illustrated paper sleeve.

  1. L’Art de L’accident

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