An Arena in Which to Reenact

  title={An Arena in Which to Reenact},
  author={Sven L{\"u}tticken},
Contemporary art, archives and environmental change in the age of the Anthropocene
3 Table of contents 4 List of figures 6 Acknowledgements 14
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