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Thinking Through Art: Reflections on Art as Research (Innovations in Art and Design) [Hardcover]

Katy Macleod , Lin Holdridge
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Thinking Through Art brings together a group of artists, philosophers, cultural theorists and art historians to present a series of reflections upon art in the context of doctoral experience in fine art. Read the first page
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