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2017-06-01

VALIDnation by Stacey L. Kirby on Vimeo

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VALIDnation by Stacey L. Kirby

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VALIDnation is a performative interaction by Stacey L. Kirby. This mobile interactive performance piece pops up at various locations and cultivates conversation with the public about identity, community and belonging. [stacey-kirby.com][39]


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