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Alicia Eggert next to her artwork, This Present Moment (02019-20). Via The University of North Texas. The Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery has acquired a light sculpture based on quote from Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand’s book on long-term thinking, The Clock of the Long Now (01999). The epigram comes from the book’s final chapter, and has its origins in an exchange between Brand and his friend, the Beat poet Gary Snyder: While I was completing this book, the poet Gary Snyder sent me an epigram that had come to him:This present momentThat lives on to becomeLong ago. I felt it was …

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Alicia Eggert next to her artwork, This Present Moment (02019-20). Via The University of North Texas. The Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery has acquired a light sculpture based on quote from Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand’s book on long-term thinking, The Clock of the Long Now (01999). The epigram comes from the book’s final chapter, and has its origins in an exchange …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 Feb 21

Alicia Eggert next to her artwork, This Present Moment (02019-20). Via The University of North Texas. The Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery has acquired a light sculpture based on quote from Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand’s book on long-term thinking, The Clock of the Long Now (01999). The epigram comes from the book’s final chapter, and has its origins in an exchange between Brand and his friend, the Beat poet Gary Snyder: While I was completing this book, the poet Gary Snyder sent me an epigram that had come to him:This present momentThat lives on to becomeLong ago. I felt it was …

Smithsonian acquires artwork based on Stewart Brand epigram Read More »

Alicia Eggert next to her artwork, This Present Moment (02019-20). Via The University of North Texas. The Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery has acquired a light sculpture based on quote from Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand’s book on long-term thinking, The Clock of the Long Now (01999). The epigram comes from the book’s final chapter, and has its origins in an exchange …

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