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CJ Munn

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Started On : 05-Jun-2005 at 01:00:01 PM, #Views : 1658

Topic Subject : Re: "Dali Skull"

Joe, it's an absolute stunner!

What an amazing piece of work - I would love to know how you put it
together. Have you got photos of the different stages of casting and
assembly?

I was not familiar with the original photo by Dali, but you've
certainly done it justice. There is a semi-permanent Dali gallery on
the South Bank in London where they have lots of pieces that are
inspired by works of Dali as well as authentic Dali pieces. I think if
your Philadelphia Museum doesn't want to buy it off you, you should see
if the London people would be interested - it would make a wonderful
addition to the exhibition.

It must be huge - what are the dimensions?

Apologies quickly to those I owe mails to. Have been ill in bed for
much of the last 3 weeks so am behind with work and work's always a
priority. I'm a bit rubbish with keeping up with the old email thing.

cj x


On 4 Jun 2005, at 23:41, aliforum@lifecasting.org wrote:

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> Post Date : Saturday 04th of June 2005 06:41:25 PM
> Posted by : "Joseph Canger" joe@josephcanger.com
>
> "Dali Skull":--
> Two months ago, I went to the Salvador Dali Exhibit at the
> Philadelphia Museum. I was impressed by a photo there, where Dali
> arranged seven women to create a human skull, and thought "That'd make
> a great lifecast!"
> Today, I'm proud to unveil my "Dali Skull" -
> http://www.josephcanger.com/dali_skull.htm
> I'd appreciate any feedback.
> Thanks.
> Joe Canger
>
> ALI is an international organization whose members are engaged in the
> art and creative industries. Its purpose is to promote the art of life
> casting, create public awareness of this unique art form, provide its
> members with forums to exchange information, resources to enhance
> their effectiveness and advance opportunities for their artistic
> success.</body></html>
> <dali_skull.jpg>



 
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