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Dick Averns (Born 1964 in London), is an artist, who produces installations, sculptures, photography, text and performances.
Averns writings include Art in the Face of The Project for The New American Century and Cataloging Canada’s Schools of Art and Design for Artichoke magazine. Averns' recent installation Preoccupation revolves around the conceptual location of Ambivalence Blvd.
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