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This edited assortment explores the connection among city area, structure and the relocating picture. Drawing on interdisciplinary methods to movie and relocating photo practices, the ebook explores the new advancements in study on movie and concrete landscapes, pointing in the direction of new theoretical and methodological frameworks for dialogue.
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