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When Dietmar Kirves was in New York for preparing the show "NO!art and the Aesthetics of Doom" at Block Museum in Evanston/Chicago Boris Lurie told him, that he can't come in in his studio at 543 E 6St. since two years. So Dietmar Kirves prepared the lock which was totally rusted. He needed more than three hours to open the door. Next day in the evening- it was October 29, 2001 - they had together a meeting there and on this day Dietmar Kirves did these photo shots during a long conversation with Boris Lurie.

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