Art and failure: of things perfecting and corrupting metallick bodies

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSouthbank, Vic, Australia
PublisherBuxton Contemporary, University of Melbourne
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)978-0-6482584-0-7
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Bryant, J. (2018). Art and failure: of things perfecting and corrupting metallick bodies. Southbank, Vic, Australia: Buxton Contemporary, University of Melbourne.
Bryant, Jan. / Art and failure: of things perfecting and corrupting metallick bodies. Southbank, Vic, Australia : Buxton Contemporary, University of Melbourne, 2018. 4 p.
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Bryant, J 2018, Art and failure: of things perfecting and corrupting metallick bodies. Buxton Contemporary, University of Melbourne, Southbank, Vic, Australia.

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Bryant J. Art and failure: of things perfecting and corrupting metallick bodies. Southbank, Vic, Australia: Buxton Contemporary, University of Melbourne, 2018. 4 p.