The book Sillage Melville, Recherche en arts et monde mobile is part of a collective art research project around the book Moby Dick by Herman Melville at University "Montaigne" in Bordeaux involving a group of students over several years, and under the direction of Professor Pierre Baumann. This book Sillage Melville is the third publication in the project.
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Sillage Melville, Recherche en arts et monde mobile a été créé dans le cadre de travaux de recherches à l'Université de Bordeaux Montaigne, sous la direction de Pierre Baumann (Professeur des Universités en art à l'Université Bordeaux Montaigne, membre de l'Equipe d'Accueil CLARE EA4593, responsable du Laboratoire des objets libres), avec des contributions de Chloé Bappel, Étienne Beaudouin, Marlaine Bournel, Esther Pontoreau et Tomas Smith.
416 pages - Softcover
Presses Universitaires de Bordeaux, 2020
Format : 16.5 x 23 cm
New - Mint condition
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