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Paradoxes of Appearing: Essays on Art, Architecture and Philosophy.
Andersen, Michael Asgaard, and Henrik Oxvig, eds.
Paradoxes of Appearing: Essays on Art, Architecture and Philosophy.
The book contains a collection of essays by scholars and artists from a range of different fields, including art, art history, architectural theory, and philosophy. The essays are based on papers given at a symposium in Copenhagen in June 2008 and refer to fundamental considerations with regard to perception: When spectators confront and designers invent works of art and architecture, vital questions regarding their appearance arise.

Category: Architecture, History & Theory
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 224 pp
Publisher: Lars Muller.
Year: 2010.
Publication Place: Basel,
ISBN: 9783037781920
Book Id: 85816

Price: $44.90
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