Arts, Sciences, and Economics: A Historical Safari (2nd by Tõnu Puu

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By Tõnu Puu

This e-book bargains with the commercial points of fixing attitudes in arts and sciences. the consequences of the general public stable personality of tradition, in addition to the very lengthy construction interval and lifelong for its items, are emphasised, considering the fact that either give a contribution to the failure of ordinary industry strategies. Embodiment of rules, and the results of contemporary replica know-how for cover of estate rights are heavily examined.

The evolution inside of arts and sciences, which regularly turns out to come to formerly scrapped beliefs, is illustrated through special case experiences, during which the significance of fixing tastes, instead of development right, is emphasized.

The writer makes an attempt an figuring out for this utilizing Darwinian evolution together with glossy mathematical complexity thought, expressed in phrases available to the final reader.

The moment variation is prolonged and up-to-date particularly as regards the representation fabric.

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1984. Dernier d’une série, plus en production. H_195 cm D_90 cm 1 500 / 2 000 € 437 JULIAN MAYOR - Édition limitée Fauteuil “General Dynamic” en fibre de verre blanc, monobloc faceté, formant assise et dossier. Édition limitée à cinquante exemplaires. 2008. 87 436 438 INEkE HANS (NÉE EN 1966) Chaise “Laser Chair” en MDF laqué noir entièrement ajouré de motifs géométriques. Produit en très petite série. 2002. Édition Ineke Hans Collection. H_90 cm L_35 cm P_45 cm 700 / 900 € Collection : National Museet Stockholm, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam NICOLAS DESTINO - Prototype Paravent “Hidden” composé de quatre volets rectangulaire en MDF laqué blanc aménagé de miroirs.

422 Marijn van der Poll - Deuxième prototype Fauteuil “Do hit”, cube en acier de 1,25 mm déformé à la masse par l'acquéreur pour former le dossier et l'assise. Collection “Do create”. Réalisé en 2000. 242 35 423 36 424 423 CHARLOTTE LANCELOT - Édition limitée Tapis en feutre noir et fils de couleur bleu formant à décor de fleurs. 2008. Premier exemplaire d’une série limitée réalisée à la main. L_238 cm L_161 cm 2 500 / 3 500 € 424 ANNA TER HAAR - Pièce unique Chaise “Buitenbeentje” (odd man out) en bois laqué blanc et prothèse de résine de polyuréthane polychrome pour un pied.

H_110 cm L_130 cm P_46 cm 1 000 / 1 500 € Exposition : Galerie Diito à Bruxelles, 2008. 33 © DR 421 34 422 421 Lucie Philippe - Premier prototype Banc “Banco” à bâti de forme libre né d’un jeu de plis, de découpes et de collages de papier en tôle d’acier de 2 mm d’épaisseur découpée, pliée, puis soudée. Juin 2008. ” Sélectionné pour l’exposition “Tremplin 2008”. 422 Marijn van der Poll - Deuxième prototype Fauteuil “Do hit”, cube en acier de 1,25 mm déformé à la masse par l'acquéreur pour former le dossier et l'assise.

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