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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Did You Know?

posted by on February 28 at 12:10 PM

The large, never-before-realized piece by Felix Gonzales-Torres that will be created posthumously this summer in the entryway to the U.S. Pavilion of the Venice Biennale is a work first imagined and proposed by the artist in 1992 for the Western Washington University Sculpture Park.

Spector described it this way in her proposal for the show, according to MAN: “two adjoining reflecting pools that form a figure eight, the sign of infinity, as both a silent mirror on our collective culture and a beacon of hope.”

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hooray for western for having such amazingly delicious taste in sculpture! walking around that campus is definitely wonderland-y. it would have made a great addition, but clearly it'll be in a good venue there, too.

Posted by z is for xylophone | February 28, 2007 1:00 PM
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That sculpture collection, and R Allen Jensen being an instructor there at Western was one of the many reasons I went there!

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