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John McMorrough

Public Programs

Study for Sleeping Dogs Lie, 2005
Courtesy of the artists
John McMorrough
The Use-value of Banality
Fri, June 10, 2005 1 PM
Assistant Professor John McMorrough (Knowlton School of Architecture) discusses architectural theories about banality as they relate to the spaces of late-capitalism (hotels, airports, parking garages) depicted in Vanishing Point. image credit

Study for Sleeping Dogs Lie, 2005
Digital photograph
Courtesy of the artists

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