The Centre for Drawing Project Space : notes. 06, Carolyn Flood / [editors: Avis Newman and Carolyn Flood ; photography: Carolyn Flood and Nick Manser].

by Flood, Carolyn; Newman, AvisLooking glass; Manser, Nick; Centre for Drawing Project Space; Wimbledon College of Art. Centre for Drawing; University of the Arts LondonLooking glass.

Series: Centre for Drawing Project Space. Notes: ; Centre for Drawing Project Space - notes: Publisher: London : Centre for Drawing, Wimbledon College of Art, [2008]Description: 24 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780955664663; 0955664667.Other title: Carolyn Flood; Materializing the concept : the Deleuzian fold; Materialising the concept : the Deleuzian fold.Subject(s): Flood, Carolyn -- Exhibitions | Art, Modern -- Great Britain -- 21st century -- Exhibitions | Art -- ResearchNote: Cover title.;
Pages unbound.;
'Notes' is a publishing initiative by the Centre for Drawing Project Space, part of the Centre for Drawing Research Centre of the University of the Arts London.;
Published in conjuction with the exhibition 'Materializing the concept: the Deleuzian fold', and Carolyn Flood's residency at the Centre for Drawing Project Space, Wimbledon College of Art, University of the Arts London, 3 March - 25 April 2008.
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Cover title.

Pages unbound.

'Notes' is a publishing initiative by the Centre for Drawing Project Space, part of the Centre for Drawing Research Centre of the University of the Arts London.

Published in conjuction with the exhibition 'Materializing the concept: the Deleuzian fold', and Carolyn Flood's residency at the Centre for Drawing Project Space, Wimbledon College of Art, University of the Arts London, 3 March - 25 April 2008.

Includes bibliographical references.

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