Duncan Steele: Imprints in Architecture in Print

Black, white, and grey digital rendering of an architectural model.

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The disciplines of architecture and print have long been closely entwined, and anybody who has ever walked past a wastebasket in a school of architecture understands the persistent intensity and scale of their relationship. Both practices articulate and address questions of representation and technology, as well as structures of patronage and authorship, and produce artifacts that trace the form of a society's values and ambitions. This exhibition is a thoroughly incomprehensive attempt to look at architecture and print in the present, with a special interest in work occurring at small scales and outside of traditional formats.

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