A Precarious Existence: Vulnerability in the Public Domain
NAi Publishers, 2009 - Architecture - 144 pages
"This issue of 'Open' addresses precariousness in a cultural and social context and deals with such matters as the functioning of the art scene and the conditions of the precarious city and public space." -- from p.  of cover.
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