Saturday, September 25, 2004


Isamu Noguchi. Slide Mantra, 1966-1989, black granite. Installed at West 8-chome, Odori Park, Saporro, Japan.

"Sculptures form what I call a garden, for want of a better name. Its viewing is polydirectional. Its awareness is in depth. With the participation of mobile man all points are central. Without a fixed point of perspective all views are equal, continuous motion with continuous change. The imagination transforms this into a dimension of the infinite."

Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum

If I have time during Spectropolis next weekend, I'll make the trip again.


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