A condemned London apartment transformed into a copper sulphate chamber.
"After reinforcing the walls and ceiling and covering them in plastic sheeting, 80,000 litres of a copper sulphate solution were poured in from a hole in the ceiling. After a few weeks the temperature of the solution fell and the crystals began to grow. The remaining liquid was pumped back out and sent for special chemical recycling."
Additional installation shots found here and here.
Today, I got an email from a someone pretending to be comedian Dave Anthony. I did what I thought Dave would do: send this poor bastard a bunch of nonsense emails and see how long I could keep it going.
Many have done things like this before me with much funnier results, but I can’t tell you how fun it was to respond to these emails. Dave, I hope this makes the not so fun aspect of having your email hacked a little more fun.
While we all wait for Superego to return to podcasting, here is a perfectly amusing Superego-like conversation between SE resident specialist, Mark McConville and a fake Dave Anthony. The real Dave Anthony apparently had his account stolen and, well, you are not going to believe this, but…