There’s something of an informal cult around the architect, engineer and futurist Buckminster Fuller. In the 1930s Fuller hired an ad-man to follow him around 24/7 and write down the words he used most often. Turns out these were “dynamic” “maximum” and “tension”. Thus the term Dymaxion was born. Soon to follow was the Dymaxion House, the Dymaxion Car, the Dymaxion Map, the Dymaxion Chronofile, and now… the Dymaxion Quartet.
Composer and drummer Gabriel Gloege is a fan… read more
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