Enright, Robert
May 2005
Border Crossings;May2005, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p20
Interviews video artist Donigan Cumming about his art works. Insights of Cumming on his rationale for creating such art works; View on the aesthetic aspect of his works; Comments on the insights of people on his works.


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