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2017, Yale School of Art. New Haven, CT

Reader on the aesthetics of nothingness. The philosophy of nothingness was introduced by Kitaro Nishida in Japan during the 1920's and will later serve as the basis for the japanese post-war art movement entitled Mono-ha. Situating Nothingness within a western notion of Aesthetics, the term addresses the dissolution between subject and object. The texts compiled discuss its relevance in the architectural works of Kengo Kuma, Richard Neutra and Herzog & De Meuron. Advisor: Julian Bittiner
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