[FoRK] Fwd: strange Oh, a wood puzzle in root veg. Chef cheatcodez: cubism, duchamp
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Sun Dec 3 18:30:47 PST 2017
On Fri, 1 Dec 2017 15:33:19 -0800
Gregory Alan Bolcer <greg at bolcer.org> wrote:
> Wow, I had never heard of deconstructed quail before, but apparently
> it's also a traditional Polish dish.
> I couldn't find any Erik Demaine puzzles wrt root other than
> Root-Bernstein. So that reference went over my head.
Wood puzzle, rendered in root vegetables for some grace in
disassembly; were you reviewing Glassjaw's album at the time?
> Quail ascending a staircase seems to be a distinct architectural
> style though I had never heard of that before either.
Cubism's Woman Descending A Staircase c.f. Marcel Duchamp's 1913
Nude Descending...a century (Vimeo includes, B&W, dunno.)
I can't find the pop '60s rendition of it even for
'Overdressed person descending stairs,' so...find all the quail in this
staircase-first view of a sunny tiled staircase in Rio?
#never-ascended #unnethack #delegate-thinner-duties #quail-in-velos
> > On Fri, 01 Dec 2017 13:24:33 +0000
> > Owen Byrne <ojbyrne at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I ate this in Moscow last week: "Russian Salad." What I found
> >> interesting is that it had both quail and quail eggs.
> >> https://www.instagram.com/p/Bb369XjDjgp/?taken-by=ojbyrne
> > It looks like either deconstructed quail (with not so much of the
> > B&W motif) or Quail Ascending a Staircase. Wow. (Skips the pretense
> > of the Erik Demaine puzzle nest of root veg.)
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