“within the best surrealist spirit, the nuclear motif of bo bardi’s work – the void as an intermediary element is the place where no impulse is repressed. bo bardi like to quote john cage (1912 – 1992), who, upon encountering the huge span of masp, exclaimed, “this is the architecture of freedom!” as a matter of fact, the free span of masp is an exact silent interval in the music of john cage: a place to listen to another, open to the indefinite.” [1]

11/11/2011 § 1 Comment

via (adalgisa campos)

 

on the back of researching lina bo bardi and discovering connections between her and john cage i was pleased to find this video on adalgisa campos’ blog.  check out adalgisa’s blog, it’s filled with her beautiful and curious drawings, objects and performances.

 

open to the indefinite

a young hare

 

 

notes:

[title]     oliveira, olivia de. “lina bo bardi: towards an architecture without borders”, in cruelty and utopia, brussels: civa, 2003.

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