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Friday, March 25, 2011


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Ian Gachet

I muse at your words of how art repeats itself and how we all steal from each other. I've always held the philosophy that all art expressions are, in a sense, found objects. We assemble readily available parts, along with our expertise, and memory fragments, and hope the world to see our vision in a new way. I really enjoyed your selection of images for this blog.

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