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Butterflies, Immigration, and Tactics of Invisibility

Liljefors, Max LU (2003) In Heterogénesis: Revista de Artes Visuales
Abstract
This article reflects on the video art-work "No Man... An Island" by Swedish artist Anna Brag, and on issues of representation of migration, visibility, and identity in television and other media.
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television, Sweden, representation, video art, migration
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Heterogénesis: Revista de Artes Visuales
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1
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Konstföreningen Mulati Gil
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1103-1832
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English
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  keyword      = {television,Sweden,representation,video art,migration},
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  series       = {Heterogénesis: Revista de Artes Visuales},
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  year         = {2003},
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