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In the family

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Regarding your review of the AA exhibition 'Forms of Enquiry'

Regarding your review of the AA exhibition ‘Forms of Inquiry’ (AJ 25.10.07), I was relieved that the press has hit on something that students and professors experience daily here at the AA. The inward-looking course you describe is further apparent in the public display and lecture programme, but more so in the manner in which academic percipience is mediated.

I hope that in the future you will find more opportunity to report on pertinent matter related issues rather than clouded nepotism. Graphic display removed from commerciality is a means for implementation, and rarely relevant to education.

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