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    Lecture - Elena Manferdini

    Dustin Page
    Oct 11, '14 4:56 PM EST


    Elena Manferdini of Atelier Manferdini made a visit to the Knowlton School this past Wednesday, showcasing a work of fun and playful design, especially in the form of installation. This Graduate Thesis Coordinator from Sci-Arc inspires further exploration into surface and the boundary between two and three dimensional representations. In her work, not only is the depth of the scenes displayed in question, but also our relationship to them. At once, we are an outsider, looking in upon a different world and an inhabitant of this world. Needless to say, the lecture was quite mesmerizing and though provoking.


    More information about the school and a full schedule of lectures can be found at Previous lectures can be viewed at

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