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Reinhard Reitzenstein, Transformer. 2000. K.S. Siddalinga Swamy. Prasanna Shankar, 1932. Saltworks (Claude Nicolas Ledoux, 1775–78, Arc-et-Senans, France) Art Gallery of Ontario. Copyright 2014. Escuela de Artes Visuales (Ricardo Porro, 1961–65, Havana, Cuba) Disk Brooch - The Metropolitan Museum of Art Art Gallery of Ontario. Copyright 2014. Acoustic diagram of the Philips Pavilion (Le Corbusier and Iannis Xenakis, 1958 World Expo, Brussels) Art Gallery of Ontario ©2014 Michael Snow, Place Des Peaux. 1998

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