Sorry, no definitions found.
“Gins," in awe-struck voices, how it had been no Kangaroo they had hunted, but the "Bunyip," who had pretended to be one.”
“Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins are architects who create intentionally-challenging environments, with the idea being that immersing yourself in such a world keeps your mind sharp.”
“Unfortunately, Arakawa and Gins invested their money with Madoff.”
“Arakawa + Gins (1) architecture (109) archival (18) audio (17)”
“The ground plans also include a boutique hotel, a health spa and wellness center, and a playground for visiting grandchildren the Healing Funhouse designed by Arakawa plus Gins.”
“Gins and Vodkas .... if they're quality, distill much of these chemicals out.”
“It was made for a seminar I taught at the Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory, RMIT University, which attempted to weave connections between mythogeography/psychogeography and Arakawa and Gins.”
“Before this colourful and bewildering home was finished, Arakawa and Gins lost the small fortune that they had accumulated since the early 1960s.”
“A state of comfort, according to Arakawa and Gins, creates anxiety because, although cosseting, it can only ever be finite – and thus shortens rather than prolongs life.”
“He published several tantalising books with Gins, notably The Mechanism ofMeaning (1971), Reversible Destiny: We Have Decided Not to Die (1997) and Making Dying Illegal (2006).”
‘Gins’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Gins.