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Pyramid Schemes: Reading the Shard

These sketches were created to illustrate an essay by Lawrence Lek in The White Review No. 7, ‘Pyramid Schemes: Reading the Shard’. ‘Architecture is prosthetic memory,’ writes Lek, ‘a way for society to write without words.’


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ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTOR

is a speculative sculptor, installation artist and writer. Born in Frankfurt and now based in London, he imbues primal archetypes with modern technology to create immersive environments for private sanctuary and public assembly.

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