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January 11, 2011

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Jeff Donlan

That corset department could easily be a library reading room with carrels and some reference shelving. It could be a map of a library that collects and catalogs the noises of a quiet house at night or inconvenient pauses in conversation, but the mapping of the actual noises and pauses might better be done topographically. Lost laughter could be projected onto a torus, providing more horizons at which to disappear and a more hopeless prospect of ever finding it again.

John F. Ptak

That's the ticket! I like the idea of projection on a torus.

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