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Introduction to Relocating Land, Memory and Place

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Introduction to Relocating Land, Memory and Place. Moore, Archie (Artist); Johnson, Matthew (Performer); Johnson, Thomas (Producer); Dickinson, Howard (Photographer); Calder, Matt (Artist). 2015.

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Moore, A, Johnson, M, Johnson, T, Dickinson, H & Calder, M, Introduction to Relocating Land, Memory and Place, 2015, Digital or Visual Products.

APA

Moore, A. (Artist), Johnson, M. (Performer), Johnson, T. (Producer), Dickinson, H. (Photographer), & Calder, M. (Artist). (2015). Introduction to Relocating Land, Memory and Place. Digital or Visual Products, Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgIBQ6de4FA&list=UUFYnoCKbEDJAliUeJgBhQ1g&index=59&t=0s

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Moore A (Artist), Johnson M (Performer), Johnson T (Producer), Dickinson H (Photographer), Calder M (Artist). Introduction to Relocating Land, Memory and Place 2015.

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Moore, Archie (Artist) ; Johnson, Matthew (Performer) ; Johnson, Thomas (Producer) ; Dickinson, Howard (Photographer) ; Calder, Matt (Artist). / Introduction to Relocating Land, Memory and Place. [Digital or Visual Products].

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