Table of contents for Design and art / edited by Alex Coles.

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 INTRODUCTION//010 
PARADIGMS//000 UTOPIAS AND COLLECTIVES//000 COORDINATORS//000 
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES//196 BIBLIOGRAPHY//200 INDEX//204 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS//208 PARADIGMS George Nelson Good Design: What is it 
for?, 1957//000 Richard Hamilton Di(e)ter Rot(h), 1961//000 Clement Greenberg 
Recentness of Sculpture, 1967//000 Norman Potter Is a Designer an Artist?, 1969//000 
Paul Rand Politics of Design, 1981//000 Dan Graham Art as Design/Design as Art, 
1986//000 Donald Judd It¿s Hard to Find a Good Lamp, 1993//000 Vilém Flusser About 
the Word Design, 1993//000 Jorge Pardo Interview with Fritz Haeg, 1999//000 Joe 
Scanlan Please, Eat the Daisies, 2001//000 Hal Foster Design and Crime, 2002//000 
Miwon Kwon Jorge Pardo¿s Designs on Design, 
2002//000 Kees Dorst But, is it Art?, 2003//000 Rick Poynor Art¿s Little Brother, 
2005//000 Experimental Jetset Interview with Lucienne Roberts, 
2005//000 
UTOPIAS AND COLLECTIVES Peter Cook/Archigram Plug-in City, 1972//000 
Manfred Tafuri The Dialectic of the Avant-Garde, 
1974//000 Benjamin Weil and Andrea Zittel Home is Where the Art is/Andrea Zittel 
Responds, 1994//000 Joep van Lieshout The Master and Slave Unit, I & II, 
1994//000 Lucy Orta Interview with Paul Virilio, 1995//000 N55 Art and Reality, 
1996//000 Superflex Interview with Åsa Nacking, 1998//000 Douglas Coupland Mad 
Scientist, 2000//000 Rirkrit Tiravanija Interview with Hans-Ulrich Obrist, 
2002//000 Tobias Rehberger Sleeping on a Van Gogh: Interview with Anthony Spira, 
2005//000 COORDINATORS 
Mary Anne Staniszewski A New Language of Form and a New Ideological Scaffolding 
for Exhibitions: The Installation Designs of Frederick Kiesler, 1998//000 
Frederick Kiesler Magical Architecture, 1947//000 
Paul Rand The Designer¿s Problem, 1954//000 
Andy Warhol Nothing to Lose: Interview with Gretchen Berg, 1967//000 
David Bourdon and Ed Ruscha Ruscha as Publisher (or All Booked Up): Interview 
1972//000 
Charles Eames What is Design?, 1972//000 
Mark Wigley Whatever Happened to Total Design?, 1998//000 
Maria Lind What If?, 2000//000 
Liam Gillick Interview with Catsou Roberts and Lucy Steeds, 2000//000 
Paul Elliman Too Much Information, 2005//000 
M/M Interview with Hans-Ulrich Obrist, 2006//000 Alex Coles 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Design -- Philosophy.
Art and design.