In 1972, my collaborators and I sketched our ideal project: to create the Divine Comedy as an amusement park, complete with tour guides and animated cirdes of hell. Some thirty years later, I remain intrigued by public architecture of the imaginary and in particular, the encircling, multi-valenced design of the funhouse and its inherent potential as the vehicle of a secular cathartic journey.

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  • 2005 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

    Farabough, Laura (2007-01-12)
    THE LIGHTHOUSE is a progression through a sequence of rooms and corridors, each an aesthetic situation designed to alter the participants sense of spatial orientation relative to "the world" -- a metaphysical funhouse.

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