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The Temple of Lost Love


1991. Frank Green set up a guerilla art installation. Beth Wolfe did a gorgeous mirror piece over there. Smith hung a couple assemblages he knew would be lost. He saw one person throwing old love letters in a fire. He saw another person burning bad art in a fire. Just a nice bonfire art party underneath the Eagle Street Bridge. And the fire station across the street misinterpreted what they saw and told the TV news people that there were “Satan worshippers” over there…

The Temple of Lost Love


4 Responses to “The Temple of Lost Love”

  1. Jack McGuane says:

    Photos of a broken brick- – -how metaphorical- – -how Cartesian,I am a brick therefore I am broken.

  2. Jesus Crisis says:

    much that interests me here –

    and this is playing in my head:
    “all in all it’s just another brick in the wall”

  3. kevin says:

    Love the 3rd picture from the top (door / window). I think it’s because I’m so into escapism…or is it breaking & enteringism?

  4. andy says:

    I remember seeing the news story covering this back in 1991. What a hoot. God I wished I had taped it.

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