On View: “Works on Paper ” at Arcadia Contemporary, NYC

by Matthew Innis |

In the digital age, we were supposed to stop using paper. The forecast was that by the end of the 1970’s, offices would be paperless, and we would read everything on a computer screen.  Yet, despite technological advances that have made portable electronic readers like the iPad and Kindle readily available and easy to use, world…

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