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Over the last half century, Bernard Lassus has developed his theory and practice of the conditions that enable our appropriation of urban spaces. Light, colour and movement are the main elements forming his art installations and urban spatial designs. In this previously unpublished analysis, art historian Stephen Bann scrutinises Lassuss professional and creative trajectory as it intersects with other leading artistic and intellectual figures, from kinetic art to garden design and landscapes. Appearances in the everyday environment are crucial in this reflection on the meaning of being an integral part of the shifts of contemporary society, in architecture, urbanism and beyond.
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Book Description Hyx, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M291038585X
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