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I got a shot abstracted about a dozen ways I need to download from my camera.
Here's the story: I found this nice little typographic arts gallery behind the Curtis expansion while taking pictures of it for this site. One of the exhibits was a survey about your "unread book". It was seven pages long (!) and had some of the weirdest questions on it. So I did a parody of it as a French Maghreb whose unread book was Mann's Die Zauberberg and I put down answers such as the gem "Cogito ergo non sum" (I think, therefore, I am not) and on one of the last questions frankly propositioned the artist's persona, haha. It was soooooo richly parodic--a photograph will only evoke the moment, not do it justice.