Station / Estación # 55: Division Del Norte

Division Del Norte me presentó con lo que yo llamo una experiencia de quemadura lenta – demoró un rato para encontrar algunas cosas de interés.  El fuego eventualmente empezó a crepitar.

¿Qué es arte?  En ‘El Retrato de Dorian Gray’, Oscar Wilde dice ‘Todo arte es más bien inútil.’

Alrededor de Division Del Norte se defina – ejemplo perfecto? Colgado simplemente en un árbol.

Un letrero de ‘No Estacionamiento’ pintado frescamente.  Útil y por lo tanto no es arte.

El momento cumbre de la visita del MCM Project fue indudablemente los viejecitos distinguidos bailando el vals, en numeros grandes- de dónde vinieron todos? De lo largo y ancho de la ciudad?

Sí, por fin los planetas se alinearon!

At Division Del Norte I had a bit of what I call a slow burn station experience – it took a while to come across some points of interest.  The fire did eventually get crackling.

What is art?  In ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’, Oscar Wilde says ‘All art is quite useless.’

Around Division Del Norte it is defined – epitomization?  Simply hanging from a tree.

A freshly painted ‘No Parking’ sign.  Utilitarian, therefore not art.

The highlight of the MCM visit was undoubtedly the dignified waltzing old-timers, in great numbers –  where did they all come from? Sourced from far and wide?

Yep, the planets did finally align!

7 thoughts on “Station / Estación # 55: Division Del Norte

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  5. Hey Peter.. Im enjoyng the project as I travel in Mexico, keep it up. Any way you could add navigation, ie. a list of Metro stations, on the right side, to make the info here easier to browse?

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