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Dean Rowe’s MOSI museum today

H. Dean Rowe’s Museum Of Science and Industry (MOSI) in Tampa, desibuilt in 1978, was once a lonely outpost on Fletcher Avenue just before USF.  Today it’s surrounded by strip commercial, and the museum itself has expanded. The original structure … Continue reading

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The evolution of the monolith

A lizard scampers through the dust.  Somewhere above, flaps are being set to landing position. The monolith has broken through its shell, blinking in the light.  It eyes the world hungrily.  Will you feed the monolith?

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Dreams of Escape

Opening January 1, 2016

Stardust Video and Coffee

1842 E. Winter Park Road

Orlando, FL 32803
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Contemporary Tabby

Cement works update Ancient tabby marks Florida’s sense of place.  Tabby is the colloquial name for an early Spanish colonial form of cement.  A cake of sand, lime, shells, and water created an architecture of walls and forts.  Some of … Continue reading

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Monoliths

Coming this fall, the latest of a series of experiments in cement. I have always shied away from judgement, but I’ve pretty much concluded that western capitalism has remade everything into a single homogenous mass.  While my day job is to … Continue reading

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Cement Works – Mid July Update

For those interested in the progress on Cement Works, here is an update. 2015 – A 9″ x 12″ x 1.5″ Quickcrete (stiff mix) 2015 – A is an experiment using found object (glass).   It is cast into the … Continue reading

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