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... important to do the opposite. So I dipped my trembling toe in that big threatening ocean called socialising and spoke with him. We had one of those conversations where the foreigner (me) couldn't understand the local mans accent so we nodded a lot, smiled and laughed a little ... It was great and everything was alright in my world.
We arrived in Ahmedabad and I said my goodbyes and leaving the train intent on looking for a hotel. The bombardment of rickshaw drivers ...
... was a cross between Uncle Albert off only fools n horses and Bin Larden, he also had a mate with him who was an idiot, on the way they were picking people up and having them sit wherever there was a space and pocketing the money. After we'd been on the sweat pit for about 2 hours we stopped off at a service station which was even filthier than been on bus it stank awful and I had to use to worst toilet on earth it was like a ...
... seen around India. And, in response to the strong symmetry in traditional Mughal/Indo-Saracen/Indian architecture, I decided to make the piece perfectly symmetrical.
I finished the piece Sunday and promptly sent the gallery pictures, and my schedule: arriving Monday, and installing the piece immediately so it would be ready for the opening on Tuesday. Five minutes later my phone rang. It was the curator calling to tell me that the show had been canceled. They offered that ...
... have been perplexed.
Breakfast: Every day begins with eating breakfast up on the rooftop terrace of our hostile, Presidency Enclave, in Ahmedabad, India, mainly with the entire group of us from RPI. Everyday Professor David Bell, the faculty member from RPI that has traveled with us to India, and his wife Ann Bell join us for meals. Breakfast is often quite consistent. It consists of cornflakes, sugar, and warm milk. I was quite concerned about the milk ...
... m interested in going after what I said about it) with multiple takes on each question/answer in front of a “green screen”, then they picked two takes for each question, showed them to me, then I over-dubbed my voice (using the exact words, pace, intonation and inflection - which is not easy) for each clip before I got to go on my way. The whole thing took about 2.5-3 hours and was actually a lot of fun! Strange to be on the other side ...