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April 16, 2018STUDIO TIME

Adam Gibbons. Blocking

by Jasmine De Bruycker

Adam Gibbons writes about the time of the archive, competence, and how the one-off rehearsal was staged in the recent exhibition White Horse/Twin Horse by artist duo Revital Cohen and Tuur Van Balen. Text. Adam Gibbons. In the exhibition White Ho... Read more »

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