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ahh fock...

 

 

 

 

put this thread out of its misery.

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I managed to see the first one,

When will that project on prosthetics you're on will end?

the pics are dope and all but i want to be able to sleep at nights...

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OK, i saw some more, its Belmer i call it off due to respect for the man.

have you read 'anatomy of an image'(not sure for the title)?

Great book

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heh...:)

yea...too bad about angelfire...i knew better...

the least they could do is make their

logos look a bit less shitty...

 

that 'project' is ongoing. not really a project...probably more

a 'phase', or 'exploration'....

i'm still having a bit of trouble acquiring exactly

what i'm after...so...

maybe i'll send you a couple examples

whenever..:o

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HAHAHA, dope...

I'm in a scale modelling 'phase'(not a fighter jet nerd) more like a game with scale and guided assembly...

I only open my mail in the morning so i'll get over it till bedtime;)

Why not hosting those pics on www.freephoto-i.net??? it works great

The man deserves it

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Browner, check...

 

http://thegalleriesatmoore.org/publication...absalonpv.shtml

http://www.tate.org.uk/collection/T/T07/T07222_8.JPG'>

Cell No.1 is one of six structures modelled on human dimensions that Absalon designed for various major cities around the world. He intended to inhabit these cells himself, maintaining a consistent lifestyle within a nomadic existence. The structure recalls the simple forms of modernist architecture. It also refers to the impact of technology in the twentieth century, mimicking a space capsule or nuclear shelter. Absalon explained that the cells embodied a ‘desire for a perfect universe’, not in the revolutionary or utopian sense, but as a personal space for solitude and shelter.

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okay i missed that second posting...

no, i haven't read that....

i went to order 2 books on him over the weekend, but

left prematurely cuz of the xmas brou-haha....

that might be one of them......i'll check..

there's very little dedicated to him, at least where i'm at....

disappointing....my local library is the shits....

yea...he's amazing.............

i'll re-hook up those flix in awhile...

i'm curious, are you swiss tesser?

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okay, now i missed that last one too.

i'm probably in the process of missing another...:o

the absalon thing is wicked.....i presume he never

actually embarked on a 'tour' of these cells.....

or did he? i'd be interested in hearing what he felt

about the cells after he lived in them for awhile...

whether they embodied the 'desire for a perfect universe'

after a constant..

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heh...well i'm too lazy..

for some reason i thought you

might have been swiss....

in which case i would've blathered

on about my hero....

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Yeah, i can only find articles written by 'thirds' at the moment.

I concider that work one of the most interesting things i've seen.

If i get more stuff on this i'll let you know

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