In the hunting with dear and the heart of Charles

Kevin Henderson (Artist), Andre Stitt (Commissioner)

    Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2004
    EventIn the hunting with dear and the heart of Charles - Cardiff, United Kingdom
    Duration: 5 Dec 200423 Dec 2004
    http://www.tracegallery.org/old/artists/Kevin_Henderson/index.htm

    Keywords

    • Performance art

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    Henderson, Kevin (Artist) ; Stitt, Andre (Commissioner). / In the hunting with dear and the heart of Charles. [Digital or Visual Products].
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    Henderson, K & Stitt, A, In the hunting with dear and the heart of Charles, 2004, Digital or Visual Products.
    In the hunting with dear and the heart of Charles. Henderson, Kevin (Artist); Stitt, Andre (Commissioner). 2004. Event: In the hunting with dear and the heart of Charles, Cardiff, United Kingdom.

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