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Activate 2750 : a C3West project / by Ash Keating
Bib ID 4607284
Format BookBook
Author
Keating, Ash, 1980-
 
Description Sydney : Museum of Contemporary Art, 2009 
1 v. 
ISBN 9781921034404
Subjects Keating, Ash, 1980- -- Exhibitions.  |  Refuse as art material -- New South Wales -- Penrith -- Exhibitions.  |  Refuse and refuse disposal in art -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney, N.S.W.)  |  SITA Environmental Solutions (Firm)  |  Penrith (N.S.W.). Council
Available From Museum of Contemporary Art, PO Box R1286, Royal Exchange, Sydney NSW 1223 

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