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At the invitation of Ana Vujanović, the reader is composed of the proposals made by all participants of the second programme cycle (Ida Daniel, Kristof Farkas, Shir Hacham, Livia Andrea Piazza, Aisling Marks, Stina Nyrberg, Ana Schnabl) and and the mentor herself.

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