Musim ke-14 Season 14

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    Museum of Marketing 3.0, Museum Puri Lukisan, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

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Overview

In many gwomes of Kcymaerxthaere, a traditional birthday gift was bouquet of Iolwas–the acousticphytic flowers that did not simply live on sound, but the very specific sound of echoes. Alas, they were not available year round in the wild, though some gwomes successfully cultivated them in greenhouses made from echoing canyons. They were so lovely and delicate that they gave their name to an entire season. As the marker says, “So, of each year’s 18 seasons, the traditional favorite was Iolwa (meaning “acoustiphyte”), named for the delicate airborne flowers that needed no other sustenance than the echoes themselves — and, for that annual spell, bloomed gloriously with each resounding song and cheer.”

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Public Dedication

Installation #88 for the project

Text of the Marker

The part of the story installed here:

Musim ke-14 (Season 14)

A generation of generations ago, towering above us would have been great cliffs, not just of stone, but imbued with a quality of existence utterly different from time, space, or even ferylemt — and whose very name was a word one can not speak, only conjure: [the feeling of being sheltered but quite exposed to a high wind]. Here, a single cry from a wheeling bird or a wiwahodb (the so-called sky dugong) would reverberate in delicate decay for days. So, of each year’s 18 seasons, the traditional favorite was Iolwa (meaning “acoustiphyte”), named for the delicate airborne flowers that needed no other sustenance than the echoes themselves— and, for that annual spell, bloomed gloriously with each resounding song and cheer.

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