polvo wrote:The official Belgian site is http://uchronians.net/
I'd love to know the true cost of the project, I heard $300,000, $500,000 (given on the BM art tour bus) and even $3,000,000...
Also heard that the nails were aluminium and therefore not detectable. They will have to picked-up by hand, one by one.
Kinetic IV wrote:I'm curious though...when I was dancing in there I didn't see any burn blankets or burn scar prevention materials to speak of. Did they put them in before the burn? And did it leave any burn scars or crap for DPW to clean up?
Key Man wrote:Our camp had a small collection area for used lumber, which was to be sent on to Katrina victims and used for rebuilding destroyed homes. The Waffle fire was quite spectacular and all but seemed like an example of waste for the sake of waste, without a whole lot of art in the equation.
kukulcan wrote:well, someone wrote "this is grade 3 building material, not suitable for structures or buildings of any kind" on the "Belgian Waffle" (Uchronia) next to the little "donate this to Katrina victims" thing. they are 2" x 3" beams, and everyone i asked confirmed that the material would not meet code.
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