Portraits of Personalities Associated with the Work of Buckminster Fuller
Ed Applewhite, 1993, Washington, DC. Author, archivist and long-standing collaborator of B. Fuller.
Jay Baldwin, in 1990, on the site of the Dymaxion Dwelling Machine in Kansas. Student of B. Fuller’s theories and design editor for The Whole Earth Catalog.
Kiyoshi Kuromiya, 1993, Philadelphia. A pioneer of the “American civil rights movement,” he also worked closely with Martin Luther King Jr. from 1965 to 1968. An AIDS activist of the first order, he also co-authored B. Fuller’s last major book titled Critical Path in 1981.
Shoji Sadao, in 1986, after a brief exploration of the dome interior. Architect, close associate of B. Fuller and co-founder of the architectural firm Fuller & Sadao whose first project was to design and build the American pavilion for Expo 67.
Scott Eastham, in 1986, on the top level platform of the dome and holding a tensegrity model. Author, philosopher and professor of theology. Student of B. Fuller and Raimon Pannikar, he has written many books, one dedicated to B. Fuller’s theories and titled American Dreamer: The Sacred Geometry of Nature (2007).
Also in the archives:
“The Dome Project,” 1986
“Occupation of the Buckminster Fuller Geodesic Dome,” 1989
“The Dymaxion Dwelling Machine,” Wichita Art Museum, 1992