I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.Bettyhttp://smallpet.info
omg! really? it looks so pert and alert and kitty-ish. freak me out.
That cat really pissed me off. Did you read the accompanying literature? Oh my my, at first I was crying with laughter, but left with a sense of total bewilderment.Why did the Germans exhibit a Brit?I may well have been standing in this very space at the very same time you were. I was the one crying with mirth. It ws very nice to go back for another crack at the British Pav, and rest my boiled-ham feet.anyway, cheers. I have never commented here before, but since we were in Venice at the same time, well, I can't resist.(Actually now I think about it I may have commented on those lovely wedding outfits the cats wore. The collars.)
Hello Fifi, yes, I did read the literature, and I reckon it might've been brought home with the vague intention of puzzling through it again. I have no idea. The McQueen film was probably my favourite thing in the Giardini. The other pavilion I really, really liked was Iceland - did you go? I don't think it's a coincidence that they both worked with Venice, and thought about what it meant to be there, instead of trying to shout it down, or ignoring it.
I was presenting at the same conference, yes. Ha! I Love that!We probably sat next to each other in the garden and ate from our little pink lunchboxes...My favourites also included Steve Mcqueen, and I loved Iceland. I sat for about an hour in the chair near the door and lazily drew. Loved the Shadow play sculpture. And the whole of the Arsenale... I particularly disliked Spain's pavilion though.I had SUCH a great time.
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