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Elephant Dialogues

Elephant dialogues are based on a manual on How to Be A Camera! Warm-up the battery: CLOSE-UP: Work with one person. Be in a short distance to him/ her so you only see one part of their body FULL FRAME: … Continue reading

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how to make a reading machine that is actualy a writing machine

By Andreas Wolfsteiner, Ann-Marie Hanlon , Orsalia Dimitriou,  Christina Christoforou, Martin Glaz Serup, Adam  Drewes. Printing assistance Tryk-Tryk-Tryk MANUAL I.think of a text you’ve already read and know well, and want to know more about. II.Divide the text into as … Continue reading

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Manual on How to Become a Poetic Revolutionary

Done by Poetic Revolutionaries June 18th 2011 We invite you to wear your poetic gaze! Now, imagine a gulf of transition. It can take many shapes and forms: A tunnel, a bridge, a storm, the ocean, the hurricane, a feather, … Continue reading

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Manual on how to teach (art) teachers

   

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The guide to keeping grounded and maintaining a sense of humour while engaged in academic pursuits

  Authors: Ann-Marie Hanlon and Stacey Pope Oscar Wilde, the Irish writer renowned for his wit, once wrote: ‘Life is too important to be taken seriously.’ In the academic world this aphorism carries little import: humour has traditionally been bound in … Continue reading

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Manual on the Non-Art of Everyday Revolution

By Kata Halaz

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Manual for reparative critical cinema

By Gabriel Menotti

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