The passing of the storm, and other poems

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The walk round is itself evanescent: a few fleeting shots, the whole ring never seen. In How Architecture Got Its Hump, Roger Connah explores the "interference" of other disciplines with and within contemporary architecture. Nothing brings finality of judgement, moreover, and one critic's findings can be undone by another's ingenuity. In this scene, the whole space evokes Tuba’s emotions but also presents a topography that demands a further reading from the spectator.

Pages: 174

Publisher: Nabu Press (May 22, 2011)

ISBN: 1172756554

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