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The Studio-X Guide to Liberating New Forms of Conversation Paperback – September 27, 2010
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Presented as a method and a manual for fostering conversation, the book is as much a manifesto for how schools of architecture can use publishing and event-based formats to promote themselves as it is an archive of activities that have taken place at Studio-X. These events are classified into typologies that range from the expected (book launches, exhibitions, and artists talks) to the unconventional (including group therapy, free speech zones, rapid responses, and pile-ons).... The editorial tone is energetic...stretch[ing] two years of activities into 192 pages that feel both modest and generous. --Michael Kubo, Journal of Architectural Education
About the Author
Mark Wigley is Professor of Architecture at Columbia University.
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If one is interested in urban events, arts, design, & culture, this is the book for you.
As a NYer now living in Mumbai, I look forward to the large network of Studio-X projects worldwide.