Art: compacted cube of demolished amusement park

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SkulllllArtist James Dive's "Once" consists of a 4 x 4 meter cube of demolished and compacted amusement park. A closer look reveals midway prizes, lights, tickets, garishly-painted metal scraps, and other mementos of old time carny fun. I'm just waiting for the bits to begin creaking back into shape like at the end of the movie Christine. "On View: James Dive’s “Once” for “Sculpture by the Sea(Hi-Fructose)

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  1. Like one of those sponges you drop into water and end up with a huge foam dinosaur.

      1. Or he figured that a reasonably-maintained lawn would be no significant barrier to disabled people. Or he noticed the other sidewalk running parallel ten feet away.

    1.   I like it. It makes me want to take a foreclosed house, compact it into a cube and put it on the lawn of a realty company.

  2. I like it. It makes me want to take a foreclosed house, compact it into a cube and put it on the lawn of a realty company.

    1.  I’d like to take a major bank, compact it like that, and put it on Congress’s lawn.  Blocking the path too just like this thing is.

  3. The cube constrains human emotion. Passion with borders, a definition for the undefinable.

  4. Looks like the Borg assimilated Katamari Damacy.  Or would that be the other way around?

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