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Semiotext(e) Architecture

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This three-foot, in-your-face, on-your-lap monster belongs on every five-foot shelf. Feisty and defiant designs. Complex texts struggling with architectures intended to drag you into a visual and conceptual maelstrom. Brian Boigon, Atom Egoyan, Felix Guattari, Arthur Kroker, Catherine Ingraham, and others, in a volume too big to open in most city apartments.
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Published January 1st 1992 by Semiotext(e)
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Kathleen
this book seemed to be about space more than architecture. i get that it was intentionally designed to have text all over the place, overlapping, covered with images in some places. however, i don't know what the point of that was, other than to look cool. i vastly prefer books where the words are legible to books that do nothing more than look cool.
i didn't learn anything from this book, but i wanted to.
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