sister moon...
a visual notebook diary by Aleksandra Nestorovic anestorovic@gmail.com
sister moon...
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rudygodinez:

Trude Guermonprez, “Students Assembling Buckminster Fuller’s Venetian Blind Strip Dome”, Four in a Series of Photographs, (1948)
At Black Mountain College in 1948 and ’49, Fuller and students spent a great deal of time working on the design and construction of geodesic domes. In 1948, their attempt to build the first large-scale dome (with venetian blind strips!) failed, and the structure was subsequently referred to as the “Supine Dome”. The next summer, with sturdier materials, they were successful. 
rudygodinez:

Trude Guermonprez, “Students Assembling Buckminster Fuller’s Venetian Blind Strip Dome”, Four in a Series of Photographs, (1948)
At Black Mountain College in 1948 and ’49, Fuller and students spent a great deal of time working on the design and construction of geodesic domes. In 1948, their attempt to build the first large-scale dome (with venetian blind strips!) failed, and the structure was subsequently referred to as the “Supine Dome”. The next summer, with sturdier materials, they were successful. 
rudygodinez:

Trude Guermonprez, “Students Assembling Buckminster Fuller’s Venetian Blind Strip Dome”, Four in a Series of Photographs, (1948)
At Black Mountain College in 1948 and ’49, Fuller and students spent a great deal of time working on the design and construction of geodesic domes. In 1948, their attempt to build the first large-scale dome (with venetian blind strips!) failed, and the structure was subsequently referred to as the “Supine Dome”. The next summer, with sturdier materials, they were successful. 
rudygodinez:

Trude Guermonprez, “Students Assembling Buckminster Fuller’s Venetian Blind Strip Dome”, Four in a Series of Photographs, (1948)
At Black Mountain College in 1948 and ’49, Fuller and students spent a great deal of time working on the design and construction of geodesic domes. In 1948, their attempt to build the first large-scale dome (with venetian blind strips!) failed, and the structure was subsequently referred to as the “Supine Dome”. The next summer, with sturdier materials, they were successful. 
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weissesrauschen:

Anne Rößner
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drawingof:

Chihiro Kabata
Yellow Sea (900 x 937), ball pointed pen, Inkjet paper, acrylic mount
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