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Watch Daniel Libeskind expound on the importance of drawing in a video interview shot in front of "Sonnets in Babylon," his installation for the 2014 Venice Biennale of Architecture. According to world's most controversial designer of spiky monuments, the light-up tunnel he covered with his own drawings is a meditation on how "drawing is not a completely secular task," but rather, "the foundational art... and the magic of all buildings and cities." [Archinect; previously]