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2008.08.23

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Laurie

That's very cool.  I wonder if, after 9/11, people tried to get it taken down, because it made them think of the falling people.

mariser

oh, I never even thought about 9/11... 
I didn't see the installation info - don't even know who the artist(s) were or when was it installed. 
I guess it doesn't show very well on these pics, but IRL the feeling they evoke is exhilarating: more like flying or jumping into something wondrous than falling

crankypants

[this is good] Is this a different view of what M-----l's banner is?

M-----l

Ah yes, this guy looks familiar to me.  I never saw him from that angle, though.  If I remember correctly, I was eating in the museum cafe and saw him overhead.  I like your sideview shots.  Very cool.

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