regarding Fuller’s loquaciousness

An air-ocean map by R. Buckminster Fuller from the exhibit currently at SF MOMA “The Utopian Impulse

An air-ocean map by R. Buckminster Fuller from the exhibit currently at SF MOMA “The Utopian Impulse

Above image from Jonathan Keats review of the “The Utopian Impulse,” a new exhibition which focuses on Fuller’s visionary ideas and their influence on the Bay Area, opening Friday at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art the NYT.

Also noted this quote: “Fuller’s loquaciousness, more even than the geodesic domes that made him famous, was his primary stock in trade. “He spent a lot more time talking than doing,” Ms. Fletcher said. Fuller died in 1983. Even the things he created were most compelling for the ways he described them.

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