LINDER, Mark

Literal

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Date: Tuesday 18 October 2005
Time: 00:00
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Running time: 82 mins
Mark Linder, author of Nothing Less than Literal: Architecture After Minimalism (MIT 2004), discusses contemporary architects and artists whose work exploits the literalist legacy of minimalist art to open up new transdisciplinary relationships between art and architecture. Mark Linder teaches theory and design at Syracuse School of Architecture and is a principal in CLear, a design practice.


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