Re: Do You Have the Human V.2.0 Upgrade?

Posted by Andrei Thomaz | Mon Jan 20th 2003 1 a.m.

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> New Genre Artist/body-sculptor Natasha Vita-More has created a
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why is that more exciting than Stelarc's work? The third arm seems a
little disappointing... I think some kind of comparison could be
interesting....

andrei

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