Algebra House by Max Eternity: Architecture as Art


As a visionary polymath and lifelong artist, I have never seen a major distinction between art inside of a house and a house created as a work of art. And in 2010 when I interviewed Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator of Architecture at the Museum of Moder Art (MoMA), one of the statements he made was that “Architecture concerns everybody. It’s the art form that really influences the quality of our daily lives most directly. If our schools would take that on we’d have a much more engaged citizenry.”

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3 Replies to “Algebra House by Max Eternity: Architecture as Art”

  1. Max, I have followed your art and captivating writings for years and feel that you are forward thinking artist. I have learned so much from your riveting writings and interviews. I also want to thank you for including me in your interviews on police viloence against our sisters and brothers in the black community.

    Gregory Foyd

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