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Gordon Burnett : Australian cultural issues redefined by digitally crafted domestic objects / additional narrative and poetry by Tony Birch
Bib ID 1946087
Format BookBook
Author
Burnett, Gordon, 1951-
 
Description [Aberdeen] : Robert Gordon University ; [Clayton, Vic.] : Monash University, c1999 
[24] p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 22 x 25 cm. 
ISBN 0732621275
Notes

Exhibition at Faculty Gallery, Melbourne.

Subjects Burnett, Gordon, 1951- -- Exhibitions.  |  Drinking cups -- Exhibitions.  |  Computer-aided design.  |  Australia -- Race relations -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Birch, Tony, 1957-  |  Robert Gordon University  |  Monash University. Faculty of Art and Design. Gallery

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