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Culture Call: An Interview with Bruce Mau by Nader Vossoughian for agglutinations.com

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architect/artist: Bruce Mau
interview title: Culture Call: An Interview with Bruce Mau
interviews compilation no: V-08
interview format: Video
date: December 09, 2004

appeared in: agglutinations.com
interviewer: Nader Vossoughian
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courtesy: http://agglutinations.com/archives/000042.html

Interview Details:


Culture Call: An Interview with Bruce Mau

Designer Bruce Mau's career has been wide-ranging. In 1995, he collaborated with Rem Koolhaas and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture on S,M,L,XL. In 2000, he published Life Style, an investigation into contemporary image culture. This year, he returns with Massive Change. What's new about this project? The scale, for one. Massive Change is not just a book. It is also a major exhibition, a radio show, a website, a lecture series, and a poster project. As our twenty-minute interview reveals, it was the product of an extensive collaboration between Bruce Mau Design and the Institute without Boundaries, a post-graduate research laboratory that Mau launched in partnership with George Brown-Toronto City College.

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