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Drawing Futures: Speculations in Contemporary Drawing for Art and Architecture

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Drawing Futures: Speculations in Contemporary Drawing for Art and Architecture
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Publisher: UCL Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1988366046
Number of pages: 288

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Drawing Futures brings together international designers and artists for speculations in contemporary drawing for art and architecture. This thoroughly-illustrated compendium of projects, writings and interviews focuses on how the field of drawing expands synchronously alongside technological and computational developments.

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