November Paynter'in Pro Helvetia'dan Cristina Achermann'a yolladığı PAC'ın "Mekân Yaratmak" sergisine (Platform GSM, 2003) katılımı için fon desteği talebi - Funding support request sent from November Paynter to Cristina Achermann (from Pro Helvetia) for PAC's involvement in the "Making Space" exhibition (Platform CAC, 2003)
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Title
November Paynter'in Pro Helvetia'dan Cristina Achermann'a yolladığı PAC'ın "Mekân Yaratmak" sergisine (Platform GSM, 2003) katılımı için fon desteği talebi - Funding support request sent from November Paynter to Cristina Achermann (from Pro Helvetia) for PAC's involvement in the "Making Space" exhibition (Platform CAC, 2003)
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Mektupta serginin olası adı "The Practice of Everyday Life" [Günlük Yaşam Pratiği] olarak geçer ve bütçe bilgisi içerir - The potential exhibition title mentioned as "The Practice of Everyday Life" in the letter and includes budget information
Issue Date
2003-03-27
Language
English
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/195056
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PG181
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