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Europan VI: a Balance

David Cohn 

To review the results of Europan VI after having served on its jury is more of a disadvantage that it first might appear, as it is difficult to separate one’s role as a critical observer from one’s role as a participant. The staggering scale of the Spanish edition, the second largest after France with eleven sites and 365 entries, made it difficult to move through the selection process withmuch critical distance.The jury’stask was rather to sort through the cacophony of fashionable and once-fashionable trends, seductive graphics, and odd-ball appeals for attention, moving intuitively towards a rough consensus...[+]

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