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Vocable Code

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Vocable Code. / Soon, Winnie; Cox, Geoff.

Artistic research will eat itself: Proceedings of the The 9th International Conference on Arctic Research. ed. / Geoff Cox; Hannah Drayson; Azadeh Fatehrad; Allister Gall; Laura Hopes. Society for Artistic Research, 2018. p. 251-258.

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Harvard

Soon, W & Cox, G 2018, Vocable Code. in G Cox, H Drayson, A Fatehrad, A Gall & L Hopes (eds), Artistic research will eat itself: Proceedings of the The 9th International Conference on Arctic Research. Society for Artistic Research, pp. 251-258, Artistic Research Will Eat Itself, Plymouth, United Kingdom, 11/04/2018. <https://www.researchcatalogue.net/profile/show-exposition?exposition=512748>

APA

Soon, W., & Cox, G. (2018). Vocable Code. In G. Cox, H. Drayson, A. Fatehrad, A. Gall, & L. Hopes (Eds.), Artistic research will eat itself: Proceedings of the The 9th International Conference on Arctic Research (pp. 251-258). Society for Artistic Research. https://www.researchcatalogue.net/profile/show-exposition?exposition=512748

CBE

Soon W, Cox G. 2018. Vocable Code. Cox G, Drayson H, Fatehrad A, Gall A, Hopes L, editors. In Artistic research will eat itself: Proceedings of the The 9th International Conference on Arctic Research. Society for Artistic Research. pp. 251-258.

MLA

Soon, Winnie and Geoff Cox "Vocable Code"., Cox, Geoff , Drayson, Hannah Fatehrad, Azadeh Gall, Allister Hopes, Laura (editors). Artistic research will eat itself: Proceedings of the The 9th International Conference on Arctic Research. Society for Artistic Research. 2018, 251-258.

Vancouver

Soon W, Cox G. Vocable Code. In Cox G, Drayson H, Fatehrad A, Gall A, Hopes L, editors, Artistic research will eat itself: Proceedings of the The 9th International Conference on Arctic Research. Society for Artistic Research. 2018. p. 251-258

Author

Soon, Winnie ; Cox, Geoff. / Vocable Code. Artistic research will eat itself: Proceedings of the The 9th International Conference on Arctic Research. editor / Geoff Cox ; Hannah Drayson ; Azadeh Fatehrad ; Allister Gall ; Laura Hopes. Society for Artistic Research, 2018. pp. 251-258

Bibtex

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