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Forget galleries: work ought to be explored in a laboratory

Friedrich Kiesler, born 1890 (died1965), is one of those figures that can be claimed by architects and artists alike as a major influence on their practices. His work ranged between architecture, theatre design, installation and theory, in a way that is difficult to achieve today in our world of compartmentalisation and management. I have always thought of him as one of my heroes and his work has definitely influenced mine, although it would be difficult to be specific as to how. One ...

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