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Re: [BKARTS] Book or Sculpture?

Well of course a blank book is by definition a book. There is progression, even if it is a matter of getting from the first blank page to the last. It's probably a more interesting progression once that blank book is filled with content. The problem we had with the big granite "book" (did I mention it weighed about a ton?) is that it really was just a sculpture in the shape of a book. Kind of like those book-shaped cakes you get at the supermarket bakery. Not a book.

(same John as earlier, switched from JCBA hat to Convivio Bookworks hat)

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On Sep 26, 2008, at 12:19 AM, Linda Stinchfield wrote:

I like this! It's what's missing in the blank books, the models I've made studying various structures. They go nowhere; there's no movement, no journey.

Well, but perhaps a blank book holds promise of a journey...

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