The Edge Remembers Mark Fisher

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The Edge has issued a brief statement on this week's death of Mark Fisher, U2's longtime stage architect. In a post on, Edge remembers Fisher this way:

Mark Fisher's vision and genius was his ability to translate dreams into reality. With his talent and passion, he created designs which never failed to push every concept to the absolute limit. He made the impossible possible. And it always looked beautiful.

Mark was a dearly beloved member of the U2 family and we shall all miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Fisher passed away Tuesday at a London hospice after a long illness. He first worked with U2 on building the Zoo TV stage and continued to work with U2 on each world tour since then.

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