Folk Costumes, Indo Pacific Air
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- ARQ (Santiago), 2021, (107), pp. 30-45
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The COVID-19 pandemic made dangerous something as simple as breathing. Thus, a new portable architecture – the mask –, which protects the body from a hostile environment, became widespread. This text, however, proposes that these architectures had already appeared in the Indo-Pacific region, either as protection against the smoke from fires or the toxic gases used in riot control or mass demonstrations.
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