Of Love and Decomposition: Counterpoints in the Production of Space in South Bali

in Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas
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Of Love and Decomposition: Counterpoints in the Production of Space in South Bali

in Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas

References

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Hito Steyerl“Missing People: Entanglement, Superposition, and Exhumation as Sites of Indeterminacy,” e-flux journal 38 (October 2012): http://www.e-flux.com/journal/38/61209/missing-people-entanglement-superposition-and-exhumation-as-sites-of-indeterminacy/.

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    Leyla Stevens, Witness, 2016, installation view, hd digital video, single channel projection, stereo sound, 6:52 minutes.

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    Leyla Stevens, Of Love and Decomposition, installation view, Firstdraft gallery, Sydney.

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    Leyla Stevens, The Surfers, 2016, still from digital video, stereo sound, 8:59 minutes.

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    Leyla Stevens, Wong Samar, 2016, still from hd digital video, stereo sound, 5:17 minutes.

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