‘Looking Again’; Minor Practices within Contemporary Painting and the Production of Knowledge

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Published by nataliepullen

Dublin-based visual artist, writer and researcher. Visual art practice: www.nataliepullen.com MA Art in the Contemporary World (1.1), National College of Art and Design, 2019

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