Commitment

Edwin Janssen (Curator), Fonds BKVB, Foundation for Visual Art, Design and Architecture

    Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2002
    Event Commitment - Rotterdam, Netherlands
    Duration: 5 May 200220 May 2005

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    Janssen, E. (Curator), & Fonds BKVB, Foundation for Visual Art, Design and Architecture (Author). (2002). Commitment. Digital or Visual Products, Retrieved from http://www.mackenna-and-janssen.net/www.mackenna-and-janssen.net/Home.html
    Janssen, Edwin (Curator) ; Fonds BKVB, Foundation for Visual Art, Design and Architecture (Author). / Commitment. [Digital or Visual Products].
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    Janssen, E & Fonds BKVB, Foundation for Visual Art, Design and Architecture, Commitment, 2002, Digital or Visual Products.
    Commitment. Janssen, Edwin (Curator); Fonds BKVB, Foundation for Visual Art, Design and Architecture (Author). 2002. Event: Commitment, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

    Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

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    Janssen E (Curator), Fonds BKVB, Foundation for Visual Art, Design and Architecture (Author). Commitment 2002.