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SEIZED

Published in 2008
Essays by Critical Art Ensemble, Institute for Applied Autonomy

SEIZED (June 7- July 19, 2008) Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY, 2008. [ A color book was published in conjunction with the exhibition with the same title. The book includes a biography of the artist, as well as a detailed description of the exhibition. There is also a section about the two companies that produced the work, The Institute For Applied Autonomy and the Critical Art Ensemble. The cover photo was provided by Michael J. Mulley.]

Artists associated with this publication:
Critical Art Ensemble


Some events connected to this publication:
June 7, 2008 - Critical Art Ensemble / Institute for Applied Autonomy Seized



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