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... Legacy; Oskar Hansen - Open Form Theory; and Phoencian Sand Dance.
The Immaterial Legacy
Our visit started reasonably well with the The Immaterial Legacy, one of a series of three exhibitions in Our History Starts Here which aim to critically investigate MACBA’s
own collection, exploring the political framework, cultural collisions and the moments of rupture in which art practices ...
... we unfit to stop, rest and gather our breath but when they did present themselves, our legs and lungs certainly took advantage of them and were grateful. It was like a rabbit warren, up one stairwell, turn left then up another, turn right then up another and so on with only occasional small windows letting in light and some fresh air. Our first level break was inside the cathedral, at the bottom of the dome where we saw the most amazing ...
... WOW), walked through Park Guell and Gaudi's neighborhood that he planned for Guell, which failed (fascinating how this man's brain worked), visited La Sagrada Familia and went all the way up in the Passion Towers (incredible, beautiful, my only regret...will it ever be finished?), visited Hospital a la Santa Cruz i Sant Pau (one of the most fascinating places we toured and ************e else was there), ...
... tonight because they were oversold and had to find 150 extra chairs. The Spanish have a great tradition of applauding when all the performers enter the stage. We are used to silence in Dallas while the chorus files in, but it's very welcoming to have so much applause before you even start. When the conductor first saw us he said, "So many!" Our director Josh said, "This is only two-thirds. We could bring 80 ...
... more, much more!" Battery Boy and Javier returned to the village market in the ambulance and pulled up outside a stall called, "Restaurant Gaig", the owner and chef, Carles Gaig greeted them at the front door. "I see you have eaten at the Adria Brothers' cafe, Ferran had three macarons but now Tickets has only one. I also have one macaron.", boasted Carles, "You must try my food.", he insisted. Carles prepared a traditional Catalan style cannelloni ...