This publication documents a project that brought a group of artists, architects and urban planners to Bao Loc, a rural highland town in Vietnam known for its coffee production. For four weekends beginning 26 October 2007, they created various projects and workshops in public spaces, working with a wide cross-section of the local community from labourers and coffee growers to ethnic minorities and schoolchildren. The Bao Loc Project is a collaboration between the artist-run initiative a little blah blah and Atlantic Commodities Vietnam (ACOM), the host and main sponsor. The final outcomes were presented in ACOM's coffee warehouse.
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English, 

Vietnamese

Publication/Creation date

2008

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Nil

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1

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catalogue

The Bao Loc Project
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The Bao Loc Project, The Bảo Lộc Project

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