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Episode #36

8 December 2017

Making Books Now: Tatiana Bilbao in Conversation with Freek Persyn

Tatiana Bilbao speaks with Freek Persyn in this third of six conversations recorded live at the conference Making Books Now on September 15, 2017. The conference was co-organized by Columbia GSAPP and the Chicago Architecture Biennial on the occasion of the Biennial’s opening at the Chicago Cultural Center, and was hosted by GSAPP’s Director of Publications, James Graham.

Freek Persyn, of 51n4e , and Tatiana Bilbao, founder of Tatiana Bilbao Estudio , speak with one another about their respective books How Things Meet (Art Paper Editions, 2016) and Landscapes of Faith (Lars Müller Publishers, 2018).

“But even if it’s quite an expensive investment, I think it’s worthwhile. Whether you chose investing in a car or investing in a book, maybe for your own growth it’s better to do the latter.”
—Freek Persyn

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