Angles of Incidence
This in-progress survey of Robbins's work deals with the embodiment of the city, its erotic and often claustrophobic intimacy, and its representations of power, and includes essays by Patricia Morton, Patricia Phillips, and Benjamin Gianni.
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Preface Mart Robbins
Prospect for Architecture Pataa Phillips
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adjacency ambiguity Amencan American Fictions Andy Warhol architec architecture artist Arts Asphalt shingles Basswood Benjamin Gianni building Busby Berkeley calfhide canvas chair Clocktower Gallery coat rack collage Columbus Comell composition construction conventions cubicles deconstructivism deconstructivist device door Duchamp Easterson elements Elizabeth Grosz facade film forms Framing American Cities gaze homomorphy image and caption installation intenor interpretation Jacques Lacan Kathryn Kuhlman Kuhlman's landscape Laura Mulvey louvered male body Marcel Duchamp Mark Noltimier Mark Robbins mate meaning ment mirror modem Night Tables object Ohio Ohio State University panel piece position postmodem Red light district rela relation relationship between image Robert Rauschenberg role San Francisco screen senes sexual side space spatial Steve Turk structure suggests symmetry tectural tion towers transform ture tween urban Utopian Prospect viewer viewing pavilion vision voyeur wall Wexner Center window Winesburg World Trade York