Lettre Stephen Zweig Resume Film  More here! http://lamaisonmusee.com/

Lettre Stephen Zweig Resume Film More here! http://lamaisonmusee.com/

Le monde d'hier : indispensable pour tous les fans absolus de Zweig, dont je suis, puisqu'on y retrouve la qualité formidable de sa prose.

Le monde d'hier : indispensable pour tous les fans absolus de Zweig, dont je suis, puisqu'on y retrouve la qualité formidable de sa prose.

La confusion des sentiments - Stephen Zweig

La confusion des sentiments - Stephen Zweig

Journey into the Past

Journey into the Past

Dorothy Parker--"What fresh hell is this?".

Dorothy Parker--"What fresh hell is this?".

Stefan Zweig

Stefan Zweig

Janet Zweig, Lipstick Enigma with Franklyn Berry for the Harris Engineering Center at the University of Central Florida, Orlando. 2010. Photo Stephen Allen

Janet Zweig, Lipstick Enigma with Franklyn Berry for the Harris Engineering Center at the University of Central Florida, Orlando. 2010. Photo Stephen Allen

Stefan Zweig (1881-1942) war ein österreichischer Schriftsteller.

Stefan Zweig (1881-1942) war ein österreichischer Schriftsteller.

Stefan Zweig w/ brother Alfred

Stefan Zweig w/ brother Alfred

This computer-driven sentence-generator, using rules and lexicon written by the artist, invents and writes a new line of text, and displays it on the sign when triggered by a motion detector. The sentences mix the language of engineering with the language of beauty advertising.   The sculpture is made of 1200 resin lipsticks powered by 1200 stepper motors, contolled by 60 circuit boards.   At the Harris Engineering Center, UCF, Orlando.  Camera: Stephen Allen Photography  for more info…

This computer-driven sentence-generator, using rules and lexicon written by the artist, invents and writes a new line of text, and displays it on the sign when triggered by a motion detector. The sentences mix the language of engineering with the language of beauty advertising. The sculpture is made of 1200 resin lipsticks powered by 1200 stepper motors, contolled by 60 circuit boards. At the Harris Engineering Center, UCF, Orlando. Camera: Stephen Allen Photography for more info…

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