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On becoming something else, in private

Ben Kinmont
Artists' Books
32.4 × 63.5 cm

A menu, approximately forty of which were given away during a private dinner at Chapeau Melon, Paris. Issued as part of the project On becoming something else, in private.

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  1. On becoming something else, in private

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