5 August

1754 death of James Gibbs

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architectural promenade
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Brideshead Revisited
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Will Your Work Be Remembered?
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Quondam's Fifteenth Anniversary
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Art History
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LACMA releases new renderings of proposed Peter Zumthor building
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Dominican Motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Catherine de Ricci  

I forgot to mention the spline line rotational extrusions, and that's because I'm not sure how to fit them into some sort of narrative. I could simply describe the creation process in terms of "new dexterity" and/or I can situate them somewhere in Ichnographia Quondam. There is also something "virtually infinite" about the creation process that I could elaborate upon.

2011.08.05 18:19
Quondam's Fifteenth Anniversary
Oh, and what do you suppose the difference is between Culture and Random Tangents? Could it possibly be that one is actually inferior to the other? Now that I think about it though, culture today is nothing but random tangents.

2013.08.05 09:23
Art History
When dealing with history, creativity often involves (or even starts with) making the non-obvious choices.

2013.08.05 21:12
Art History
I like art history because I like learning new things. If anything, art history is an ongoing lesson in exactly creativity, a way to sharpen the cutting edge, even.

13080501 Acadia National Park Headquarters Building building site model

14080501 inverted Acropolis Q at Ury Farm plan
14080502 Acropolis Q at Ury Farm study model




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