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David Perkins

"... to be honest, I was not very much moved by it. It was too abstract for my emotions to strongly kick in."

I've not seen it in person, but I looked at in online as a still image. I found it interesting, but I really missed the artist's message until the camera began to zoom in and pan around. Very thankful for Lena Gieseke's rendition. Happy to share the find!


Nahum Gershon

Thanks, David, for the link you provided to Steve and for your comment. I am looking forward to a mutually exciting interchange of ideas and art.

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If you'll just observe some 3D movies, the picture qualities are great but the story itself is luck lusting.

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