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Posted 01.27.14 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Joseph Redwood-Martinez: A Necessary Incompleteness



Um Sehun (Bedouin Village), Jordan, 2012. Click image to enlarge.

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

A Necessary Incompleteness
On Places, Joseph Redwood-Martinez shares photographs and anecdotes from a research project investigating examples of incomplete architecture around the world.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Joseph Redwood-Martinez is an artist, writer and filmmaker from the United States. His first film is One day, everything will be free.
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