Monday, June 7, 2010

the one, the other, the amazing

Very few things produce the same emotion more than once. The discovery of the unknown has always the advantage of being the first encounter with the unexpected, but the Great Mosque of Cordoba defies that rule to become an endless discovery.

We were immersed today in its complexity, and after a more than two hour-long visit, we shared a great conversation based on the idea of how two different systems met and the effects that this overlap produced.

We had 13 pairs of eyes looking at different aspects of it, and when we left we all saw much more than what we saw a few moments before.

Drawings are starting to appear as tools of thinking rather than just representation, and with that each one of us is finally traveling.

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