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The Crackle of Contemporaneity

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The Crackle of Contemporaneity. / Cox, Geoff; Nolan, Ryan; Prior, Andrew.

Futures of the contemporary: contemporaneity, untimeliness, and artistic research. red. / Paulo de Assis; Michael Schwab. Ghent : Leuven University Press, 2019. s. 97-114 (Orpheus Institute Series).

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Harvard

Cox, G, Nolan, R & Prior, A 2019, The Crackle of Contemporaneity. i P de Assis & M Schwab (red), Futures of the contemporary: contemporaneity, untimeliness, and artistic research. Leuven University Press, Ghent, Orpheus Institute Series, s. 97-114.

APA

Cox, G., Nolan, R., & Prior, A. (2019). The Crackle of Contemporaneity. I P. de Assis, & M. Schwab (red.), Futures of the contemporary: contemporaneity, untimeliness, and artistic research (s. 97-114). Leuven University Press. Orpheus Institute Series

CBE

Cox G, Nolan R, Prior A. 2019. The Crackle of Contemporaneity. de Assis P, Schwab M, red. I Futures of the contemporary: contemporaneity, untimeliness, and artistic research. Ghent: Leuven University Press. s. 97-114. (Orpheus Institute Series).

MLA

Cox, Geoff, Ryan Nolan og Andrew Prior "The Crackle of Contemporaneity". og de Assis, Paulo Schwab, Michael (red.). Futures of the contemporary: contemporaneity, untimeliness, and artistic research. Ghent: Leuven University Press. (Orpheus Institute Series). 2019, 97-114.

Vancouver

Cox G, Nolan R, Prior A. The Crackle of Contemporaneity. I de Assis P, Schwab M, red., Futures of the contemporary: contemporaneity, untimeliness, and artistic research. Ghent: Leuven University Press. 2019. s. 97-114. (Orpheus Institute Series).

Author

Cox, Geoff ; Nolan, Ryan ; Prior, Andrew. / The Crackle of Contemporaneity. Futures of the contemporary: contemporaneity, untimeliness, and artistic research. red. / Paulo de Assis ; Michael Schwab. Ghent : Leuven University Press, 2019. s. 97-114 (Orpheus Institute Series).

Bibtex

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