The Anxiety of Interdisciplinarity
Alex Coles, Alexia Defert
BACKless Books, 1998 - Architecture - 168 pages
Through a series of specially commissioned projects, essays and interviews, this volume brings together a range of interdisciplinary practitioners. Each contribution brings into focus a critical reassessment of a different tradition of interdisciplinary practice across art, architecture and theory. Contributors include: Rosalind Krauss, Julia Kristeva, Candida Hofer, and Daniel Libeskind.
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