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All girding is industrial muscle-flexing, all piers, pillars, staunchions, thrust up against a lowering sky, like a strong man heaving his barbells up to heaven.  A pier’s gridding and strapping (see the aerated Eiffel Tower, still breathing through all its iron lungs) is its tendonizing, the corded mapping of the flow of its rusting energies.
All photographs by Lee Ka-sing
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