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Nolli’s Orders: Form Unlimited

By Natalie Edwards, Washington University in St. Louis Originally published in the 2018 print edition. In the 18th century, Giovanni Battista Piranesi found the abandoned forums and crumbling temples of ancient Rome to be so suggestive that he described them as

Nolli’s Orders: Form Unlimited

By Natalie Edwards, Washington University in St. Louis Originally published in the 2018 print edition. In the 18th century, Giovanni Battista Piranesi found the abandoned forums and crumbling temples of ancient Rome to be so suggestive that he described them as

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2018

Surface Tension For the third edition of JAC, writers and artists rethink surfaces—material as surface, body as container, tactility of surfaces, and surfaces as screens or as tools for masking. What role do surfaces play in a work of art?

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2018

Surface Tension For the third edition of JAC, writers and artists rethink surfaces—material as surface, body as container, tactility of surfaces, and surfaces as screens or as tools for masking. What role do surfaces play in a work of art?