From the Franklin News (Oct 7, 2016, Abrahm Hurt):
During the planning and construction, Berg wanted to create a structure that conveyed the ideas of freedom and shelter.
“I want [viewers] to think and feel about the human condition,” he said. “I want them to ponder: ‘Why would somebody build a structure like this?’ There is sort of a weirdness to making things in the world that aren’t tied to function. So obviously, my motivation was to use aesthetics, to use form and to use the
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