Stephen Willats: Between Buildings and People

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Wiley, Mar 14, 1996 - Architecture - 145 pages
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* A unique approach to architecture, modern buildings analysed by occupants

* Demonstrates an art practice intervening actively in people's lives

* Fascinating insight into Willats' 30-year career

* Documents projects from cities including Berlin, London, New York

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Contents

Introduction
6
The Emergence ot a New Reality
22
Pat Purdy and the GlueSniffers Camp
58
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Since the late 1950s, STEPHEN WILLATS has been producing pioneering artworks that take the role of the artist into the community. His work has been exhibited in many major galleries throughout the world including the Tate Gallery in his home city of London, the National Gallerie in Berlin and the Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven. In 1990 he convened the international symposium 'Art Creating Society' at the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford. He continues to edit Control magazine, which he founded in 1965 as a forum for artists to articulate their vision of the future of art in society.

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