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The Paris Follies: No. 12

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residency this spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/23/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 11

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residency this spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/22/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 10

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residency this spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/21/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 9

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residency this spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/20/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 8

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residency this spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/19/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 7

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residency this spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/18/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 6

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residency this spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/17/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 5

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residency this spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/15/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 4

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residencythis spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/11/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 3

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residencythis spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/6/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 2

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residencythis spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/3/15
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The Paris Follies: No. 1

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residencythis spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 4/1/15
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The Paris Follies

  “No theme requires more pure logic than love.”   —Alain Badiou, What is Love. Georgia Fee Writers Residency this spring in Paris, Himali Singh Soin will utilize the romantic clichés of Paris to excavate its less probable, scientific desires. From 18th century follies in Parc Monceau and Bois de Vincennes to 20th century follies in Le Parc de la Villette to modern buildings like Le Grand Arch to Gargoyles and mere street side ornaments, her lines will be made of hypercubes, topologies,... [more]
Posted by Himali Singh Soin on 3/31/15