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On Things I Couldn’t Save

How much of things dying is my fault lol ….

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related: here is a detail of Robert Forster’s sculpture “Number 61. And Then the World Changed…” a wood and plaster model of a crumbling, perhaps post-apocalyptic New York skyline that is also text in braille from writings about loving New York City. Foster was a chief surgeon at UCSF in San Francisco and when he was forced to undergo his own brain surgery. He completed the sculpture in the three weeks he was recovering.

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