Garrett Harris 1:30 p.m., June 19
Postmodernist students look for meaning in the movement’s designs. Perhaps San Diego’s two screwdrivers, the Hyatt and One America — harbingers of shapes to come — are tools for its future.
Posted March 30, 2000
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