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Mind the Map! History is not given: A critical anthology based on the symposium

Editor
Marina Grzinic
Date
2006
Publisher
Revolver
Format
Anthologies
Details
Softcover
Size
19.2 × 24.4 cm
Length
272 
Description

A platform of young researchers, professors and artists reflect on contemporary art’s relations with the realities of Eastern and Western Europe. This exchange leads a way to lasting cooperative practice between the arts, humanities and social initiatives. The project’s point of departure was the “East Art Map” project by Slovenian artists’ collective, IRWIN. Mind the Map! is part of the German Federal Cultural Foundation’s “relations” initiative. The book includes photo documentation of symposium events.

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