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Unilalianism (/junɨˈleɪ.li.ən.ɪzəm/), better known as Unilalia is a portmanteau combining the Latin unus with the ancient Greek laliá – together, this word is translated loosely into "one tongue [language]". It refers to a growing, new[ when? ] underground art and aesthetic movement created by Carter Wilson and his brother, Ellis, developing in the Seattle and greater Puget Sound region with its roots in Oakland, California.


List of Unilalian shows

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