Yeah, we had a petty profound experience with Irwin when we were down there (he even asked Arcy and what we thought about the light and space piece). It's scary how he seems to change lives so often.
Irwin's the most influential artist alive today and yet people seem to ghettoize him as just California's most influential artist.
Without Irwin there is no Olafur Eliasson or Erwin Redl... then there is architecture and interior design.
He goes beyond art and effects civilization on ways that might take 50 more years to digest.
I do not believe the ban on the idiotic pluralizing of the word "Internet" has been lifted, Ms. Graves.
Don't do that again.
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