Competition: five copies of Useless - Critical
Writing in Art and Design to be won

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Competition: five copies of Useless: Critical Writing in Art and Design to be won

Competition: continuing our series of features on new publishing ventures, Dezeen are giving readers a chance to win a copy of Useless: Critical Writing in Art and Design written by Royal College of Art  graduates.

Congratulations to the winners! Luisa Cristina Wong from Spain, Claire Butler from the UK, Amirah Farhana from Malaysia, Tim Murphy from Australia and Mattias Camps from Belgium all won a copy of Useless: Critical Writing in Art and Design.

Competition: five copies of Useless: Critical Writing in Art and Design to be won

The book includes a collection of essays that investigate the idea of uselessness within a diverse range of projects, interviews and stories.

Competition: five copies of Useless: Critical Writing in Art and Design to be won

Its contributors have all recently graduated from the RCA’s Critical Writing in Art and Design MA programme.

Competition: five copies of Useless: Critical Writing in Art and Design to be won

Useless: Critical Writing in Art and Design is available to purchase in selected bookshops from late June and at the RCA graduate show, which runs until 1 July.

Competition: five copies of Useless: Critical Writing in Art and Design to be won

See all our stories about Show RCA 2012 here, including tours of the show with course leaders.

Competition: five copies of Useless: Critical Writing in Art and Design to be won

This competition is now closed.

Competition: five copies of Useless: Critical Writing in Art and Design to be won

Competition closes 31 July 2012. Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

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