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Large E. Coli??...or an IUD?This reminds me of my grade school art projects.me: "Look at what I made, Mom!"mom: "Oh, that's nice! What is it?"me: "aaaahhhh.....It's an ash tray."My parents didn't smoke.
The Occupy protesters complain about all the debt they have after college, buildings like this are why!
Second picture - That sure is one fancy toilet brush
Someday, some future archaeologists are going to dig up that large e. coli from the ruins of Madison and make the conclusions that human beings were wiped out by giant bacteria. We didn't stand a chance.
The Occupy protesters complain about all the debt they have after college, buildings like this are why!Simona and Jerome Chazen, UW–Madison alumni, donated a visionary gift of $25 million toward the museum expansion as part of the University of Wisconsin Foundation's "Create the Future: The Wisconsin Campaign." Formerly known as the Elvehjem Museum of Art, the institution was renamed in honor of the Chazens. The remainder of the capital campaign was completed with the support of more than 140 donors, including alumni and Madison community members. The entire $43 million cost of the building project has been met through gifts and grants from private sources.
Nice venue, but the bug proves, once again, modern art ain't.
Yeah, it's just a fancy toilet brush somebody left on a shelf.
The Chazens obviously have too much money for their own good. They're part of the 1% I assume. Some "artist" somewhere is laughing his butt off!
rcommal: The entire $43 million cost of the building project has been met through gifts and grants from private sources.And the University of Madison could just have easily had people donate to a fund to cut the cost of admission. It looked at all the students with their massive amounts of debt and said, "You know what I need? A new building!"
Yes, the e.coli does indeed look like a donicker brush, but when you think about it, that's sort of appropriate.Peter
$43 Million. Nice.Curious, how much was deposited into a fund for the future maintenance, utilities, security, etc.?
L. V. M.Always will it be thus to me.
Did the Elvehjem money run out?Why not install a parking meter in front. For every quarter the building is renamed in your honor,for 15 minutes.
That's a great idea.
Where is the papers of the AA's fellow professor Bud Selig be stored?
egad- Where are
<a href="http://www.guernicamag.com/blog/3176/the_architect_has_no_clothes/>Suspicions confirmed!</a>
Why is a toilet brush in a glass case?
Why didn't the Landmarks Preservation Commission step up and protect the A.W. Peterson building? Huh? Stu Levitan asleep at the #^@&$* switch!
Titus said... One time I had a cum rag in my car and I asked my friend if he could get me the "towel" just so he could pick up the cum rag.They should put Titus' "cum rag" in a museum.
Ah, the usual cavalcade of regressive losers grunting disdainfully at the MO-DAIRN ART. MAH KID COULD DO BETTERN NAT!
I stopped at a new Arby's on the north side of Richmond, VA, tonight, after having a tire blowout on I-95. It was done up in Mission style with a two story dining area. Very strange for fast food.
Wait--wasn't Howard Roark an architect? Also, aren't engineering degrees and their kin among the few university outputs valued among commenters here.
Hagar: Your "suspicion confirmed!" is an interesting exclamatory.
edwardroyce said... Why is a toilet brush in a glass case?Germs.
A toilet brush so foul no one dared touch it. It was encased in glass, and a museum was created around it to keep the buiding from being abandoned.
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