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"From the Ted Talk by Angelo Vermeulen: How to go to space, without having to go to space"

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Now, in this preocjt, I'm using a ctroociean aporcpah, which is a slightly different approach from what you would ecexpt from many artists. I'm essentially dropping a basic idea into a group, into a community, people start gravitating to the idea, and together, we shape and build the artwork. It's a little bit like termites, really. We just work together, and even, for example, when architects visit what we're doing, sometimes they have a bit of a hard time understanding how we build without a master plan. We always come up with these fantastic large-scale scupltures that actually we can also inhabit. The first veosrin was done in Belgium and Holland. It was built with a team of almost 50 people. This is the second iotireatn of that same project, but in svloniea, in a different country, and the new group was like, we're going to do the architecture differently. So they took away the architecture, they kept the base of the artwork, and they built an entirely new, much more biomorphic architecture on top of that. And that's another crucial part of the project. It's an evolving artwork, evolving aeucirttrhce. This was the last version that was just presented a few weeks ago in Holland, which was using caravans as modules to build a starship. We bhguot some second-hand cravaans, cut them open, and reassembled them into a starship.

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Now, in this _______, I'm using a __________ ________, which is a slightly different approach from what you would ______ from many artists. I'm essentially dropping a basic idea into a group, into a community, people start gravitating to the idea, and together, we shape and build the artwork. It's a little bit like termites, really. We just work together, and even, for example, when architects visit what we're doing, sometimes they have a bit of a hard time understanding how we build without a master plan. We always come up with these fantastic large-scale scupltures that actually we can also inhabit. The first _______ was done in Belgium and Holland. It was built with a team of almost 50 people. This is the second _________ of that same project, but in ________, in a different country, and the new group was like, we're going to do the architecture differently. So they took away the architecture, they kept the base of the artwork, and they built an entirely new, much more biomorphic architecture on top of that. And that's another crucial part of the project. It's an evolving artwork, evolving ____________. This was the last version that was just presented a few weeks ago in Holland, which was using caravans as modules to build a starship. We ______ some second-hand ________, cut them open, and reassembled them into a starship.

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  3. architecture
  4. slovenia
  5. caravans
  6. iteration
  7. project
  8. version
  9. cocreation
  10. bought

Original Text

Now, in this project, I'm using a cocreation approach, which is a slightly different approach from what you would expect from many artists. I'm essentially dropping a basic idea into a group, into a community, people start gravitating to the idea, and together, we shape and build the artwork. It's a little bit like termites, really. We just work together, and even, for example, when architects visit what we're doing, sometimes they have a bit of a hard time understanding how we build without a master plan. We always come up with these fantastic large-scale scupltures that actually we can also inhabit. The first version was done in Belgium and Holland. It was built with a team of almost 50 people. This is the second iteration of that same project, but in Slovenia, in a different country, and the new group was like, we're going to do the architecture differently. So they took away the architecture, they kept the base of the artwork, and they built an entirely new, much more biomorphic architecture on top of that. And that's another crucial part of the project. It's an evolving artwork, evolving architecture. This was the last version that was just presented a few weeks ago in Holland, which was using caravans as modules to build a starship. We bought some second-hand caravans, cut them open, and reassembled them into a starship.

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