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Thoughts about experimental city rooftop structures

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What about little but wonderful glow in the dark “urban gems” landing on top of the city’s dark roofs. Something that draws attention as if it was a curious visitor from another place, inviting you to stand still, and be quiet, in it’s sky high “head space”.








"The problem seems to be how to connect without connecting"

Alice Aycock Project Entitled “The Beginnings of a Complex . . . ” (1976-77)

Drop at Leekstermeer

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Reflections on water surfaces keep triggering my attention. Those symptoms of life while time passes, are often worthy of a more sensitive way of observation. Stretching time is one way to unravel those movements, changing color gradients, the tectonics of the watersurface. These dynamics are a sensational art performed by the “ordinary” energy incapsulated in wind, water and sun.

A water drop’s fatal collision on its surface doesn’t make the slightest impression on the lakes heartbeat.

Location: Moms secret paradise @ Leekstermeer, The Netherlands.