Whoa! Are we now talking the flip side or have we gone over to the dark side?
Obviously I’d wandered into the deep end of the pool again; happens every time I visit Chicago’s Cultural Center.
Last time it was Shawn Decker’s surreal crickets chirping, insects buzzing, and rain falling urban forest experience; very peaceful New Age on the top floor of the Cultural Center.
This time it was . . .
Mundane, mind-bending, everyday stuff devoted to depicting the spark of inspiration that feeds the seeds cultivated in the minds of architects searching for expression.
I warned you this ‘stuff’ was deep. Forgot to warn you my propensity for run on sentences. My bad.
It was slow going winding my way through Sou Fujimoto’s “Architecture is Everywhere” exhibit. My mind (and body) doesn’t always bend like it used to.
Are all architects hoarders, or just Sou Fujimoto?
I mean, don’t get me wrong, I have my share of ‘stuff.’
But hey! Why sweat the small stuff.
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