Transforming lives: pilot project for multimedia exhibition that investigates how young people transform their worlds through the arts

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Grupo 1 synopsis- Mar 2011


Queen Mary, University of London - Apr 2011


Sound installation - Nov 2010


Installation idea 1.1 - Nov 2010


01 Fundicao Progresso - Dec 2010


02 Fundicao Progresso - Dec 2010


03 Fundicao Progresso - Dec 2010


04 Fundicao Progresso - Dec 2010


Morro da Providencia - Mar 2011


Salisbury International Festival - Jun 2011




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