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Posted by  Per Corell on September 28, 2002 at 03:56:10:

In Reply to:  Re: WTC shortlist posted by Hilary on September 28, 2002 at 02:49:03:

Hi.
What did you expect ; Art is a social game.
Who need a new form language, when it's easyer to chose among the well known crowd to get what you can reconise if you don't have any Visions. Please don't think there will be any real wish for new Visions or even a will to combine the greater lines ; we are still bound in the idear of "famous architects" even most simply "borrow" their best idears and everybody know that the Sydney Opera were shaped in a creative process not as a social game. No one want to make money ,that's what's realy wrong as when in a few years they have build the wrong thing, the arear will lose it's importance and the firms infront will agrea that it would have been a better idear with a wider perspective, now thay are about to go bankrupt anyway; while "this" didn't bring the new technology and the job's with a new develobed technology beside the Visions for the World to share....
Guess the world will miss this historic oppotunity, by the fact that Art are social skill .

 
 
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