Conversation as a temporary assemblage of ideas

Conversation as a temporary assemblage of ideas

Posted in the late afternoon on September 17th, '07

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Shayna says:

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PT says:

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sean  says:

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Mark says:

Enough with the angry music, dude!!!

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Daniel says:

Came home inspired by the "This is Not Graffiti" opening at Townhouse Gallery. Remixing some ideas a (...)

Adriana says:

This is sick who ever thinks this is funny is gotta be discombobulated

Sketchbait says:

ED GEIN?????!!!!!!

monster 8 says:

Wow now everytime i hear Ed i get shivers.

keenan says:

Geeze, if only!

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Daniel says:

Thanks to Mark for this idea... we were talking about how conversations sometimes get to the point where the ideas are too much for an individual mind to grasp completely. Instead, the ideas are loosely held together across the people involved, but if the conversation dies--even for just a few seconds--it's impossible to get started again because the mutual context that each person shared is lost.

Mark used the analogy of a skyscraper being built higher and higher, but at the very same time, the floors below are constantly disintegrating.

Posted in the late afternoon on September 17th, '07

Mark says:

Hmmm, brings to mind vanishing points with perspective and such . . . distance naturally disconnects information? or does the distance/time simply render it increasingly irrelevant because the measuring stick/view is shifting? Mark is blabbing?

Posted in the evening on September 17th, '07

Mark says:

I would also think of it as just the idea of something building, without the expectation that it is going to be a skyscraper (something tall or short, etc.) Blind building for the sake of building, enabling you to lose sight of the why. Capturing a moment of self-reformation/transformation.

Posted in the morning on September 18th, '07

Keenan says:

Looks like Breakout to me...

Posted at night on September 20th, '07

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