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David Dunster (1945-2019)

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A huge loss. My first encounters were with David were in the 1980s as an undergraduate at the Bartlett. David was bright, quick minded and introduced intellectual work with ease. Now looking back his influences were great, incredibly well read and generous with his insights! Ahead of his time. Last time I saw him was in Amsterdam and Berlin, the spark and incisveness was all there! A delightful insight into his early career as a practitioner! Another shining light goes out. Sorely missed. Deepest condolences to his family and many friends.

Posted date

17 January, 2019

Posted time

3:19 pm

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