I'm not sure if this is my breath or yours, or somebody else's and I'm not sure that it matters.

Quotation from 'Where do you read? (178 words | 0:43 mins)' by Sean Dockray in the anthology I read where I am: exploring new information cultures .Published by Valiz, Amsterdam under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commerical-Non-DerivativeWorks license in 2011. Read more about Dockray, founder of AAAARG.org aka Artists, Architects, and Activists Reading Group, on the monoskop wiki for collaborative studies in arts, media and humanities. 

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Research Dossier (2020). 'Poolside', Curating Photography. TU Dublin: BA Photography [Online]. Available at www.curating.photography

Why Poolside?

Early in the module, we discovered the developers had bought a site opposite to build a swimming pool. But by 1969, when the shopping centre opened...

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