ISSUE 24_RECIPE FOR A MALL OF REMEMBRANCE _BY G _SUBJECTS_ # DEAR ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL... What nature lacks, is lacking in our art, because the world is perfidious, I am going into mourning _Recipe for a mall of remembrance Baudin stepped forward to the to the barricade and said Stay there a minute longer my friend, And you'll see how a man dies for twenty-five francs. Baudin was killed. Command 1: Take 100 acres of ideally-shaped, flat land When I had a car you could call a car, My mother wept to me: My son, my beloved son, I never thought this possible Command 2: Surround it by 500,000 consumers who have no access whatever any other shopping facilities I'll follow you on foot. Halfway in concrete and slush the microphones picked up. It was raining on the houses; It was snowing on the police-cars. Command 3: Prepare the land and cover the central portion with 1,000,000 square feet of building When I entered the first meditation hall I escaped the gravity of the park, I experienced the conditioned air emptiness and I have since been dead a long time. Command 4: Fill with first-rate merchandisers who will sell superior wares at alluringly low prices. On the horizon I could see, in-between the centre of the day clouds I saw it again that self-same day, You'd never believe it. Command 5: Trim the whole on the outside with 10,000 parking spaces and be sure to make same accessible over first-rate under-used highways from all directions. The astronauts were weeping, going neither up nor out. And my own mother was brave enough she looked and it was alright, it was on sale. Command 6: Finish up by decorating with some potted plants, miscellaneous flower beds, a sculpture and serve sizzling hot to the consumer. . . .