The Art of the Senses and the Making of a Disaporan Aesthetics: Zarina Bhimji's "She Loved to Breathe -- Pure Silence", 1987-2002


  • Deborah Cherry



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How to Cite

Cherry, D. (2002). The Art of the Senses and the Making of a Disaporan Aesthetics: Zarina Bhimji’s "She Loved to Breathe -- Pure Silence", 1987-2002. Tessera, 32.