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May 26, 2005

Design+Technology Exhibition

One of the people in my studio is an inventor/artist/circuit board designer/sex toy defacer. It's a fascinating profession. He'll walk over and ask what I know about injection-molded plastics (little) or to review the relationship between his circuit board performance diagram and his final footprint (which is so totally like how I model programs for big buildings, it's like I can do his job. Or not.)

At any rate, his milieu centers around the Design+Technology Annual Exhibition at Parsons. I have no doubt you'll find inspiration. Especially if you design big buildings.

Aronson Galleries

66 Fifth Avenue

and Gallery at 2 West 13

Mon-Fri 9-9, Sat-Sun 9-6

The galleries are closed Memorial Day weekend. Try happy hour instead.

Posted by at May 26, 2005 09:24 AM


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