Art in Science, Design in Mind and Matter, University of Sussex, 1966

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Exhibition catalogues for the Design in mind and matter, art in science exhibition, which was on display from 3rd – 12th November 1966

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Art in Science, Design in Mind and Matter, University if Sussex, 1966
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