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  1. For the past ten years I have used artistic practice as a tool for the production of alternative (complemetary) forms of knowledge to those text-bases approaches, in order to generate insights.
    Project based on field work (Las Vegas, Istambul, bangkok) and inspired by Action Research have aimed to put people who are normally ‘objects’ of knowledge in the position of ‘subjects’.
    The outcome of these projects takes the form of visual propositions, but can also be published in a variety of conventional printed format.

    I was interested to hear whether you may be interested in some form of collaboration or exchange or contribtion from me, or including links to some of my projects sur as the House Project_bangkok
    http://thehouseprojectbangkok.blogspot.com/
    And look forward to hearing from you.
    Regards
    Gérard

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