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At Water's Edge

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The D-Crit Chapbooks present work written and edited by students in the School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism. The first in the series, At Water’s Edge, gathers the essays written in author Akiko Busch's “Reading Design” class about aspects of the New York waterfront. Their essays explore Wave Hill, The Little Red Lighthouse, Hudson River Greenway, Hunters Point, Water Taxi Beach, Pier 51, East River State Park, the Staten Island Ferry, the Red Hook piers, and the Gowanus Canal. In collecting these pieces, At Water’s Edge charts its own view of the New York shoreline. The chapbook was edited by D-Crit students Saundra Marcel and Vera Sacchetti and D-Crit faculty member Akiko Busch; it was designed by Walker Design and Ryan G. Nelson in Minneapolis. As the first in the D-Crit chapbook series, it provides a forum to showcase the work of students in this innovative graduate program.
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Publisher
School of Visual Arts MFA Design Criticism
Published
September 27, 2011
Language
English
Pages
102
File Format
PDF
File Size
352.21 KB

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