artists Eva Jiřička
place _Neurčené město
tags identity mythology queer romantism
category Audio-visual Art
published 21. 7. 2009
language Česky / English
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Eva Jiřičková´s Fairytale (2005) about olden times.

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Absences in the video archive 3: Memory, migration, and nationalism

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