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Posted by  magui on September 25, 2003 at 14:00:23:

I believe architects can't be able to have everything under control, even when they think it is the only way to achieve perfection. I've been doing research on accidents and their amazing effect in art, specially architecture. I believe accidents have the special power of being individual and being holders of ideas.
I would love to hear from you what do you think about it? And if you have read or listened some one who has talked about it (like Jackson Pollock, Joseph Frank, Paul Virilio ...)
I am also looking for work of artists, designers and of course, architects who believe accidents may become an opportunity. would you help me? Iíll appreciate it...

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