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Roger Sherman (1997)01:50:56

Roger Sherman discusses his work and ideas, starting with the West Hollywood Civic Center competition that brought him to Los Angeles, and the scale and form of Los Angeles. Sherman argues that traditional techniques of representation are inadequate to represent the reality of Los Angeles. He discusses game theory and land use law as alternative tools, and relates them to housing and public space. Sherman sits downs to discuss issues raised during his lecture with the audience, which includes Tom Buresch, Neil Denari, Eric Kahn, Mary-Ann Ray, Russell Thomsen and others.

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