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Bruce Mau and the Institute Without Boundaries

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Curator of Massive Change Bruce Mau and students from the Institute without Boundaries (IWB), a program founded in 2003 by George Brown College and Bruce Mau Design, discuss their experience researching, writing, and designing the exhibition. Massive Change invites viewers to consider the dynamic future of design culture and the real choices we must make in a series of powerful encounters with the latest innovations in the fields of urban design, transportation, information design, revolutionary material and more.

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Recorded Saturday, September 16, 2006 at Museum of Contemporary Art.

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