Diving Into Abstraction, Part 2
Episode 14 · March 24th, 2018 · 37 mins 32 secs
About this Episode
Rebecca and Ross discuss various approaches to abstraction, transitioning into abstraction from realism, and what can be gained by pushing the boundaries of abstraction.
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