David Lamelas. Analysis of the Elements by which Massive Consumption of Information Takes Place. 1968

David Lamelas Analysis of the Elements by which Massive Consumption of Information Takes Place 1968

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Medium
16mm film (color, silent; 29 min.), three tape recorders, three audio tapes, display case with two magazines and two newspapers
Dimensions
Dimensions variable
Credit
Acquired through the generosity of Robert Speyer, the Latin American and Caribbean Fund, Jill Kraus, Beatriz and Andres von Buch, Estrellita Brodsky, Adriana Cisneros de Griffin, Mauro Herlitzka, Marie-Josée Kravis, Raul Naón, Carlos Padula, Gonzalo Parodi, and Ernesto Poma
Object number
575.2012.a-i
Copyright
© David Lamelas
Department
Media and Performance

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