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The Age of the inpossible



Rachel Armstrong

Lift Conference 2013

Posted: Feb 19, 2013


“So today I’m launching the inpossible dot me forum to create a space in which to explore The inpossible Age and share ideas and projects such as, Persephone and Future Venice – so that maybe, we’ll make the inpossible happen.”


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