FINAL MAJOR PROJECT. WEEK 24.
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ARTICLES AND PAPERS
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- CNN Style. (2020). What did our food look like hundreds of years ago? Art history may have the answers, CNN Style 14th July. Available at: https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/artgenetics-food-history-study-wellness-scn/index.html [Accessed 15th July 2020].
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- Rodiers, H. (2019). Photographer Roger Ballen’s journey into the depths of the mind, Bruzz 12th November. Available at:https://www.bruzz.be/en/culture/art-books/photographer-roger-ballens-journey-depths-mind-2019-11-12 [Accessed 30th Sept. 2020].
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- Wolfgang Tillmans. https://tillmans.co.uk/ [Accessed 27th Aug. 2020].
FILM AND TELEVISION
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- Parts Unknown. (2013-2018). [Online]. Directed by Tom Vitale et al. USA: Zero Point Productions Inc. [First viewed 2nd July 2020]. Available from Netflix.
- Ralph Gibson: Photographer/Book Artist. (2002). [Online]. Directed by Paula Heredia. USA: Checkerboard Film Foundation. [Viewed 8th November 2020]. Available from Kanopy.
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- Vilem Flusser: Television Image & Political Space Budapest. (1990). Lecture, Budapest. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFTaY2u4NvI&feature=emb-/ogo [Viewed on June 2nd 2020].
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