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Sanford Kwinter uses the example of watering holes in Africa to argue that animals have the ability to communicate non-verbally to the entire population of a specific environment. The balance and distribution of stress and tensions can be read as form and order.


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Kipnis, Jeffrey and Sanford Kwinter. & SCI-Arc Media Archive. (April 05, 2011). Sanford Kwinter This Is Your Brain On Design. Southern California Institute of Architecture.


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Kipnis, Jeffrey and Sanford Kwinter. April 05, 2011. "Sanford Kwinter This Is Your Brain On Design." In SCI-Arc Media Archive. Southern California Institute of Architecture. <https://sma.sciarc.edu/video/sanford-kwinter-this-is-your-brain-on-design/>. (September 24, 2017).


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Kipnis, Jeffrey and Sanford Kwinter. (April 05, 2011). Sanford Kwinter This Is Your Brain On Design. SCI-Arc Media Archive: Southern California Institute of Architecture. https://sma.sciarc.edu/video/sanford-kwinter-this-is-your-brain-on-design/.


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Kipnis, Jeffrey and Sanford Kwinter. "Sanford Kwinter This Is Your Brain On Design." SCI-Arc Media Archive. Southern California Institute of Architecture. 05 Apr. 2011. <https://sma.sciarc.edu/video/sanford-kwinter-this-is-your-brain-on-design/>.


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Kipnis, Jeffrey and Sanford Kwinter. Sanford Kwinter This Is Your Brain On Design. SCI-Arc Media Archive: Southern California Institute of Architecture, April 05, 2011. <https://sma.sciarc.edu/video/sanford-kwinter-this-is-your-brain-on-design/>.


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