F r a n c i s J o n c k h e e r e
Inanimate toward animate architecture
. The Enormous Book update: 25 V 2016
. Mechanics Of Form update: 20 V 2016
. Animations update: 22 III 2016
. Posters update: 22 VIII 2016 LATEST > poster shop
. Pumping Thing - the basics update: 11 II 2016
. Farmers house update: 23 VIII 2016
. GreenHouse update: 30 VIII 2016
. Hanging mobile update: 31 XII 2014
. Anne Tyng's take on sheet-formed wireframes update: 26 I 2014
. Assembled Street 1.0 (examples) update: 12 XI 2015
. Video wall update: 07 VI 2015
. Big drawing update: 26 VII 2015
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. Greenbrae, CA update: 21 II 2014 . Older posts update: 25 X 2015
. im agt update: 13 X 2015
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He came out and said: "Hi, I'm from the nineteenth century".
And we go: "Whoah".
And he said: "You know, we had Saturdays in the nineteenth century too, and what we did was...". And he proceeded to describe these insane long-ago evenings.
It really seemed so alive and exciting. So wonderful. It was a kind of real continuity, and you really felt that, yes, there have been artists, and there is a long line,
and we can learn from each other, and we can go forward, and try to be as generous as possible to each other.
- Lauri Anderson about continuity
I felt the years go by without accomplishment. Occasionally I wrote a short story that no one bought. I called myself a writer though I had no true subject matter.
Yet from time to time I sat at a table and wrote, although it took years for my work to impress me.
- Bernard Malamud in long work, short life
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