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Posted by  BRUTUS on November 02, 2002 at 07:18:13:

In Reply to:  Re: anti-Architecture posted by John DeFazio on November 02, 2002 at 06:42:01:

I am sorry for being "unclear" and "mystical",I know it's a bad habit....
it's maybe due to my initial sour feeling towards our globalized current state and my personal human disappointement in modern and postmodern art and architecture ,which is clearly a natural response to what is happening "outside" in this virtual surreal era as Paul Malo once describe it ,pushing absurdity to the edge and even in other levels of the human aspect our human absurd competetive struggles and contradictions,human nature to monopolize the ultimate truth in everything.......
it's maybe somehow based upon my psychological denial that this is where we had reached in our social evolution,doomed artistical and architectural presence maybe i am hopelessly seeking for architectural salvation away from where we are heading,or more accurately fighting the ghost of the present with the ghost of the past!

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