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Ruins and ruination: from the Renaissance aesthetics of the sublime to the Zone

In this extended catalogue-essay, Brian Dillon addresses his favourite subject to nudge our thinking on ruins and ruination out of complacency and fixedness into confrontation with ambiguity

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