This work was made in 1999/2000, another early net.art work which
now seems somewhat quaint, but still has some elements of interest...
is the street in Flushing, Queens, N.Y.C. where Joseph Cornell lived
for most of his life. The home itself (which is the interface for
this work) was like a meta-grid of sorts, a Cornell box writ large.
The house was not only home to Cornell himself but also to the thousands
of objects, papers, and flotsam that he constructed his works from.
Cornell's studio was in the basement and he lived on the upper floors
with his Mother and disabled brother Robert until they passed away.
Tony Curtis would arrive at this humble house in a limo and Andy Warhol
had been to tea...it was in essence an uber-box where the uncanny
and impossible conversed with the everyday and banal...cages under
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