Nana Last is an art and architecture theorist. She is Associate Professor of Architecture and founding Director of the PhD Program in the Constructed Environment at the University of Virginia, School of Architecture. Her writing considers relations between architecture, art, philosophy and science in modern and contemporary society. Her book, Wittgenstein’s House: Language, Space and Architecture (2008, 2012) was published by Fordham University Press and her forthcoming book, Archive Matrix Assembly: The Photography of Thomas Struth will be published in 2020 by Applied Research + Design.
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