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    Post 66: Thesis update 21

    farid rakun
    Apr 13, '13 5:21 PM EST

    The battle has finally been won (with an assistance of a powerhouse for the last part): the beast's body has finally been taken apart. I have to confess that I finally succumbed to machoism of saw-cutting for the last process. No matter how hard I tried to reject Gordon Matta-Clark-ism, it's finally there.

    Next issue: showing the residue of the (battle) process. I succeeded, using the really short amount left in the end provided by the museum, installing all the parts needed to go on the wall. How to dump the rest of the elements to the floor, now that's the challenge. Will keep on updating.

    As the museum opens only from noon to 5pm on weekends for installation, I finally can catch some sleep tonight.


    Oh, to close: a really comforting fact. Guess who's going to keep being the filthiest man on campus for the next few days…


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