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Posted by  Per Corell on July 14, 2003 at 16:29:34:

In Reply to:  Re: One owl to another posted by Mark R B on July 14, 2003 at 13:58:50:

Hi
I am concerned, but a designer can only reach his own vision .
Somtimes you just have to forget the whole horisontal and vertical mess as all you se is wrong. Wrong is when WTC don't deal with WTC-7 or when your fear come true , then you must be arogant, this is the only way to survive as artist.
It is as artist my right to be arogant, but this don't mean I don't care ------- Please it's summer in Copenhagen, even the new Opera building happen to float in, and then you must agrea that it maby even became architecture after all , hot is 29 deg. C. Arogance is natural for somone who can only focus on one thing at a time.
The Design process is about forms , expression and technology , it is the only interesting issue , the fame is no part of this no one created visions with expertations about fame, I simply lost you there.
Any artist hount himself with doubt, or atleast those I know , the better the more depressive , ------- who want to be famous being the most depressive architect no wonder hiding.
Still I am quite sure, that any inspiration can come in a bar aswell as after vasting month's finding nothing , still with true inspiration you are not even sure you found it or it was given.
I know.

 
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