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Un orden hecho de tejidos | Mario Desaulo Pérez
24-07-2020 No Comments

Un orden hecho de tejidos | Mario Desaulo Pérez

“A la luz del sol, portón cortado por la sombra; Y luego el aire facetado” Ezra Pound El hombre se valió del orden para sustentar su comprensión del mundo y mediante él reclamar un control. Su método más eficaz topológicamente es la geometría. Esta a su vez nos acerca a un cuerpo-materia mas sin embargo encontramos un vacío oculto en […]

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (VI) | epR
03-07-2014 No Comments

Portraits across the eyes of a near-sighted person (VI) | epR

Bird marinades They all resemble Jørn Utzon as a high man. But actually it it was not. Utzon seemed to be extraodinary because it lived on a platform, as that it had seen in Mexico or in Japan in his youth; and from her it looked behind and forward. It recognized oriental temples and Mayan constructions; he remembered the models […]

The penalty of Jørn Utzon | Borja Lopez Cotelo
03-03-2014 One Comment

The penalty of Jørn Utzon | Borja Lopez Cotelo

The night of June 20, 1976 it was falling a thin rain on Belgrade. Antonín walked his skinny figure for forty meters that separate the midfield of the penalty spot, placed the ball and moved back to take run. It raised the head. Before him, this Sepp Maier’s bony and fierce face; maybe then he remembered Zdeněk Hruška, that companion […]