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    thank god for daylight savings

    By Arjun Bhat
    Oct 29, '06 3:21 AM EST

    or i'd be pissed about being in studio at 5 in the morning. all the sensible people are gone. i remain, however - purely a function of my inefficiency as a worker. i suppose the fact that i'm posting is a testament to that. anyway, here's a collage - its an "inter-modal monument" (working designation) - thats going to go in the book.




    • looks like some pictures of tokyo i've seen. except those paths are for people instead of cars. i like it.

      Oct 29, 06 6:17 am  · 

      Nice, i thought it was a real picture taken somewhere in Japan.

      Oct 29, 06 6:24 am  · 
      Arnaud M.

      Nice job, I was wondering where that was, before I read it was a collage.

      Oct 29, 06 9:00 am  · 
      Arjun Bhat

      thanks! steven - your basically right. my premise is to take traffic and make it a destination/landmark, and to make civic space the path taken.

      Oct 29, 06 10:25 am  · 

      is that the Hong Kong escalator-path on the right?

      Oct 29, 06 10:51 am  · 
      Arjun Bhat

      AP - yep.

      Oct 29, 06 11:30 am  · 

      Arjun...the thing that impresses me the most about your collage is the craftsmanship. well done.

      your studio's trajectory has been intriguing to follow...

      Oct 29, 06 11:48 am  · 
      Arjun Bhat

      thanks AP. its been an interesting studio, and definitely an interesting semester, in general.

      Oct 29, 06 12:51 pm  · 
      some person

      Bravo on the collage. It looks great.

      Your reference to daylight savings caused me to recall an instance in my undergrad studio. We had a presentation on the Monday after the daylight savings "fall back," and everyone was working around the clock. One of my studiomates said, "I'm not going to remind myself about the extra hour gained until one hour before the presentation. Then, it will be like a gift of an extra hour, because we always seem to need it." He was clever.

      Oct 29, 06 2:00 pm  · 

      one day as i was skipping down the hill by my grandmother's summer cottage. i happened upon the most amazing row of tulips- i ate each flower petal by petal- then i went back to my grandmother and she baked a pie- the pie tasted better than the tulips, but not as good as that time you mom baked me all those pies.

      Oct 29, 06 5:40 pm  · 
      Arjun Bhat

      elliott strikes again.

      Oct 29, 06 7:08 pm  · 
      Alexander Jack

      wow, first glance remark..."where the @#$% is that!"

      Oct 30, 06 10:27 pm  · 

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