Re: A Question for Wade

From: Kenneth Van Oost (
Date: Mon Nov 26 2001 - 19:28:00 GMT

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    From: Joe Dees <>
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    Sent: Monday, November 26, 2001 3:26 AM
    Subject: Re: A Question for Wade

    > >Science and art are joined at the hip.
    > >
    > Yes, but a sculpture only has to look aesthetically pleasing; a machine
    (Rube Goldberg sometimes excepted, and his machines were works of art) has
    to perform a specific function (and may or may not look kewl in the

    Hi Joe, Wade,

    Just buggin ' in here,

    Do either of you know Panamarenko !?
    He is a Flemish artist, famous for his pseudo- technological designs
    of airplanes, racecars and glides.
    All perfectly built according to todays mechanic and gravity- laws, but
    I wonder if ever one will fly !

    He once made a submarine, built too, but don 't know if the thing sank
    or not...
    All these things were pieces of art no machines, they won 't work !!



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