Ed Dimendberg

UC Irvine

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Professor, Film & Media Studies with focus on Cinema, Architecture, Urbanism, Modernism, Modernity

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Michael Govan is the enterprising Director of Los Angeles County’s Museum of Art.

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Edward Dimendberg tells us why Broad museum architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro capture the time we live in.

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