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The primary thrust of this thesis is the triumph of local arts practice and community over the powerful nation- building cultural imperatives of a national capital. ... Here, an examination of the citywide development of local arts and culture from the 1920s to 2001, leads to a case study of the launch and development of Bitumen River Gallery/Canberra Contemporary Art ... at the crossroads of art, theory and activism" (23) (University of Advancing Technology, accessed June 24, 2012, http://www.uat.edu/webmedia/pdf/Cyberfem_14066.pdf. intersections between women and computer ...doi:10.25911/5d70ecbf8a672 fatcat:r6n7dgi72beddmpw3ctf45fupi
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