Sam McGee's Cabin

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“the American obsession”

"the American obsession" with fabricating historical artifacts, figures, and other old stuff, which in replication takes on a “hyper reality”.

This reminds me of the steam clock that was built in Gastown in the late 70's and fashioned to look like it was made in the 19th century.

kater potater more than 8 years ago

A stove, a table with some

A stove, a table with some food on it, and Sam McGee's old socks, hung to dry on a clothesline.

michal more than 8 years ago

so what's inside?

Did you get to go inside? Or even look in the windows? Perhaps Sam left evidence of what he was doing the last time he was there—eating beans or writing to his ex-wife or sitting around waiting for his long underwear to dry...

pattyo more than 8 years ago

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