Friday, February 23, 2007

Roithamer's Cone

Modell des Wohnkegels aus dem Roman »Korrektur« von Thomas Bernhard, as imagined by the architect Martin Düchs.

It is part of an exhibition at Munich's Pinakothek der Moderne called (snappy title alert) "Architecture as imagined in literature. Fictitious buildings and cities in literature". (Thanks Anja).

2 comments:

  1. Amazing and yet misguided? Correction, my favorite, is so textual that visualizing it seems sacrilege. I would rather live with Wittgenstein's house, which I think comes closer in spirit.

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  2. Maybe all art is misguided. -strokes chin-

    Correction is my least favourite but I want to read it again soon to amend that opinion.

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