Tuesday, October 18, 2016
In Slate, a building that might not be every thinker's dwelling.
By the end of Synkov’s work, the house would be nearly double its original size and accompanied by well over 100 pages of accompanying documentation and poetry inspired by the paintings and writings of Wassily Kandinsky, the ideas of German philosopher Martin Heidegger, and Slavic migration, among other things. The house has been listed on Zillow—where it is described as featuring “unique one of a kind finishing completed by a professional”—on and off since 2013. Synkov, it seems, is ready to move on. It is thanks to that listing, updated just last month, that the whole world can finally see what he has been up to.
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