Thanks For Nothing, Nick Maxwell

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Questions are welcome from the audience. �This event complements the Silver Speaks: ‘Idea to Object’ exhibition at the V&A, and Silver Speaks: ‘Form’ exhibition at the Goldsmiths’ Centre and is part of the London Design Festival programme. Kathy D’Arcy is a poet, workshop facilitator and youth worker based in Cork city. As is only to be expected, of course, the writers gathered here may read each other's work, but they do not necessarily approve of it all unreservedly: there are - as one would hope - vigorous arguments between many of the subsets or associative groups.

Pages: 484

Publisher: Transworld Digital (December 5, 2008)

ISBN: B0031RS5PG

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