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    The bastard form of mass culture is humiliated repetition... always new books, new programs, new films, news items, but always the same meaning Contact Lens by Haruka Kojin

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    haruka kojin: contact lens. The MOT museum of contemporary art tokyo is having an exhibition entitled 'architectural environments for tomorrow - new spatial practices in architecture and art'. the show, a collaboration between yuko hasegawa, the MOT tokyo chief director, and SANAA architects (kazuyo sejima and ryue nishizawa), looks at the modern interconnectivity between technology, urbanism and the way designers respond and influence our changing global culture.

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