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Auftakt Rhythm Section

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Auftakt Rhythm Section. Dalwood, Alison (Artist). 2017. Event: PRELUDE: Rhythm Section, European House of Art Upper Bavaria, Freising, Germany.

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title = "Auftakt Rhythm Section",
abstract = "International symposium and exhibition organized by the artist group Rhythm Section: Auftakt Rhythm Section at the European House of Art in Upper Bavaria. The exhibition continues until 17 April. Participating artists from The Netherlands, China, Germany and Turkey. Her visit was part of the School{\textquoteright}s Going Global project. The artist group Rhythm Section is comprised of contemporary artists from different fields of art who specifically and intentionally deal with rhythm in their work. The group is currently engaged in the largest project so far of this kind, a cooperation between The Netherlands, Great Britain, Germany and Turkey, dedicated to “rhythm” in the visual arts. The project and symposium aims to foster a lively exchange between artists of different nationalities and a network between these countries. ",
author = "Alison Dalwood",
year = "2017",
month = feb,
day = "19",
language = "English",
note = "PRELUDE: Rhythm Section : Symposium ; Conference date: 19-02-2017 Through 19-02-2017",

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