Thursday, September 6, 2012


London Junkers at The Cube Project
Concomitant creative predictions appeared in the news. The blocky shapes, stacked on top of each other no more, would become art. People laughed; after all it was an argument of the past, blocky shapes… Now they worked with organic shapes. No one had the slightest intention of going back to basics. But the artists didn’t give up and, once again, proved everyone wrong. The town became the most prominent example of modern, elegant and unpredictable art. Sometimes going back in time is not that bad of a plan.

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