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Let's all go to the lunch table: performance in interactive semi-public spaces

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Let's all go to the lunch table : performance in interactive semi-public spaces. / Haber, Jonathan; Nacenta, Miguel; Hinrichs, Uta; Dörk, Marian; Dautriche, Remy; Carpendale, Sheelagh.

2011. Paper presented at Peformative Interaction in Public Space, Vancouver, Canada.

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Harvard

Haber, J, Nacenta, M, Hinrichs, U, Dörk, M, Dautriche, R & Carpendale, S 2011, 'Let's all go to the lunch table: performance in interactive semi-public spaces', Paper presented at Peformative Interaction in Public Space, Vancouver, Canada, 8/05/11 - 8/05/11.

APA

Haber, J., Nacenta, M., Hinrichs, U., Dörk, M., Dautriche, R., & Carpendale, S. (2011). Let's all go to the lunch table: performance in interactive semi-public spaces. Paper presented at Peformative Interaction in Public Space, Vancouver, Canada.

Vancouver

Haber J, Nacenta M, Hinrichs U, Dörk M, Dautriche R, Carpendale S. Let's all go to the lunch table: performance in interactive semi-public spaces. 2011. Paper presented at Peformative Interaction in Public Space, Vancouver, Canada.

Author

Haber, Jonathan ; Nacenta, Miguel ; Hinrichs, Uta ; Dörk, Marian ; Dautriche, Remy ; Carpendale, Sheelagh. / Let's all go to the lunch table : performance in interactive semi-public spaces. Paper presented at Peformative Interaction in Public Space, Vancouver, Canada.4 p.

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