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“PAUL LITHERLAND’s artmaking practice has involved a series of interactive, public and process-oriented explorations that involve communication. These actions and involvements have particularly addressed interactive processes and technologies, even signology, but always with a quirky, even humorous aspect that explains the human character of his art. The discontinuity of history, as evidenced in the changing approach to space, to the public domain, and even to geo-specific cultures, has altered …”
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