Because any fan of the visionary architect Buckminster Fuller holds a romantic hold on the shape of a geodesic dome, San Antonio artist Kelly O’Connor decided she’d take it one step further and make one.
For people interested in the visions of early modern America, the image of a dome is one of those touchstones, like space flight and Frank Lloyd Wright, that gave Americans the idea that the future had arrived — and that they were actually living in it.
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