New Agency: Owning Your Future

Timothy Moore (Curator), Amelia Borg (Curator), Qianyi Lim (Curator), Nicholas Braun (Curator), Jane Caught (Curator)

Research output: Non-textual formDesign / ArchitectureResearch

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCarlton, Vic, Australia
PublisherRMIT University
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Publication statusPublished - 2018
EventNew Agency: Owning Your Future - RMIT Design Hub, Carlton, Australia
Duration: 29 Aug 201822 Sep 2018
http://designhub.rmit.edu.au/exhibitions-programs/new-agency-owning-your-future

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Moore, T. (Curator), Borg, A. (Curator), Lim, Q. (Curator), Braun, N. (Curator), & Caught, J. (Curator). (2018). New Agency: Owning Your Future. Design / Architecture, Carlton, Vic, Australia: RMIT University.
Moore, Timothy (Curator) ; Borg, Amelia (Curator) ; Lim, Qianyi (Curator) ; Braun, Nicholas (Curator) ; Caught, Jane (Curator). / New Agency: Owning Your Future. [Design / Architecture].
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Moore, T, Borg, A, Lim, Q, Braun, N & Caught, J, New Agency: Owning Your Future, 2018, Design / Architecture, RMIT University, Carlton, Vic, Australia.
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Moore T (Curator), Borg A (Curator), Lim Q (Curator), Braun N (Curator), Caught J (Curator). New Agency: Owning Your Future Carlton, Vic, Australia: RMIT University. 2018.