Professor Inderbir Singh Riar was in residence at the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) in May 2018 as part of Find and Tell, a program that promotes new readings that highlight the intellectual relevance of particular aspects of the CCA’s collection. Invited experts are asked to put forward arguments about the holdings by making a significant selection and interpretation of material within an archive or the photography collection.
Riar spent his time with the van Ginkel Associates fonds. Click here to read his essay on the material titled: The World at 8.5×11, the World at 1:100000
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