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Manifesto for a Republic of the Moon

WE COLONISED THE MOON, Agnes Meyer-Brandis, Liliane Lijn, Leonid Tishkov, Andy Gracie, Joanna Griffin, Katie PatersonDr Rob La Frenais


To be published on 9 January 2014

ISBN 9 780992 777609

Exhibition price £3.  Also available for free download.  It has the identical content as the printed version of this publication.

Introductory essay and edited by curator, Rob La Frenais with contributions from the exhibiting artists - Agnes Meyer-Brandis, Leonid Tishkov, Liliane Lijn, Katie Paterson, WE COLONISED THE MOON, Joanna Griffin and additional material from Tony White, Andy Gracie, Dr Ian Crawford and from the Whole Earth Catalog.

Manifesto for a Republic of the Moon

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Republic of the Moon is a touring exhibition, commissioned by The Arts Catalyst with FACT. The first version of the exhibition was presented at FACT Liverpool in winter 2012. The exhibition and residency has been made possible with Grants for the Arts support from Arts Council England and Science & Technology Facilities Council.

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