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On accretion and decay, a monologue w/ slides first performed by David Curtis at the Arts Factory in Las Vegas, Nevada preface: The surface of many photographic prints is reflective, as is the glass which faces framed prints, so the viewer sees her reflection in the framed image. This condition persists and yet is mostlyContinue reading “1 April 1998”
If you come back If you live again I hope your next existence has more dignity the three of you I want the Universe to provide another chance for you Than floating in that urine in this rest stop during a pandemic © David Curtis 2020
Update: We are tracking a drone that is nearing our test facility. If it enters our airspace we reserve the right to initiate an unscheduled test of our anti-drone system. dc
a poem by David Curtis #InternationalPoetryCircle
“I wanted to make the existing stone wall more planer by adding concrete veneer. I also wanted some of the existing stones to be visible to show the original construction, so the contractor came up with the technique of attaching wadded paper to the form boards so apertures were cast into the finish surface.” dc
I visited the corpse of the Rem Koolhaas designed Guggenheim Hermitage Museum in Las Vegas over the (native american genocide) weekend. When this project was originally designed and constructed, I was a senior professional for the executive architect TSA of Nevada (the Stubbins Associates). The internal truss (fully clad, both sides in 1/2″ corten) wasContinue reading “Guggenheim Forensic”