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when I entered with Milan Lukáč the scaffold  constructed around Peter Pollág´s sculptur Danube Wings at Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum some weeks ago, one of Milan´s mosquitos (see some sculptural examples: here) was accompanying us to the top (see also article: on top of Danube Wings). the detail down of the photo above gives evidence to that fact:

today I read about Julius von Bismarck´s Image Fulgurator, a machine he invented to manipulate other´s photos. how terrific imaging to meet Pollág´s double-headed lion (see: worshipping true colours) on the top of his sculpture!

2 Comments

  1. Nice!

  2. Yes! That would be purgatory – if not just Fulguratory? – the apocalypse! ;-D


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