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Sexual Jealousy: The Shadow of Love, A computer assisted interactive installation with music
Rapoport, Sonya
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UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
California Revealed from The Bancroft Library
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Sexual Jealousy: The Shadow of Love by Sonya Rapoport, a very rough early version; note on tape reads: "precious (only one) says SR, in Minneapolis Museum of Art for ISEA, even tho this says 'very rough early version' it's the only one she has (might be on a SyQuest)."
moving image
2-track mono
1 Tape of 1
BANC MSS.2014/220, carton 17, item 39
Bancroft Library
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