My shoes are Japanese My trousers are English My hat is Russian But my heart is Hindustani
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This creative online publication charts the conceptual and design development of blackBOX artwork doctoral project (DCA) by Tatiana Pentes, Academic Supervisor: Dr Devleena A/Director Centre for Transforming Cultures & co-supervisor Megan Heyward, Media Arts Production, Humanities & Social Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney, 2006. e-mail email@example.com
Tatiana Pentes & Eurydice Aroney, STRANGE CITIES CD-ROM, Sound Design Roi Huberman, Interface Design Glenn Remington, and Digital Cinematography/ Photography Geoffrey Weary, produced in association with the Australian Film Commission, Sydney, 2000.
Zhang Jimou, Shanghai Triad, [videorecording] = Yao a yao, yao dao wai po qiao / Shanghai Film Studio, Alpha-Films, UGC Images, and La Sept Cinema, [Culver City, CA] : Columbia TriStar Home Video, c2000.
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Performance Text, MANGALA CHARAN (Odissi Dance) performed by Ileana Citaristi, Tom Mann Theatre, Surrey Hills, Sydney, Australia, 2003.
Performance Text, THE POWER OF THE FEMININE: PARALLEL PERFORMANCES: - Untitled: A Play in Three Acts written & directed by John Hughes, Three Dances by Nirmal Jena in Indian Odissi Style, Asian Music and Dance Festival 2002, The Studio, Sydney Opera House, Australia, 2002.
Performance Text, SHANGHAI CABARET, Rose Tang, Electronic & Temporal Arts, Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, Australia, 1996. Geoffrey Weary (Writer,Director,Producer), Scenes From A Shanghai Hotel, sound/music Michael Bates, performance Tatiana Pentes, Rose, Tang, produced in association with the Australian Film Commission, 2005.
Performance Text, KRISNA SHABDAM (Kuchipudi Dance) performed by Padma Raman, Leichhardt Town Hall, Sydney, Australia, 1992.
Performance Text, KONARAK KANTHI (Odissi Dance) performed by Chitritta Mukerjee, The Performance Space, 1993.
Performance Text, SERGE ERMOLL & HIS MUSIC MASTERS, Riverlights Club, live recordings, Sans Souci, Sydney, 1978.
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Performance Text, Old Shanghai Pop Tunes, various artists, Pathe Label, Shanghai, China, 1933.
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