Smoke and Mirrors
This weekend has brought on a blitz of furniture rearranging, thanks in large part to your awesome enthusiasm for Friday’s post asking for music suggestions. You’ll be happy to know that we’re busy listening to lots of your picks, and that all the fresh and new happening up in here has inspired me to do something about the big black box wall. So while we’re busy employing every sleight of hand trick in the book to conceal, disguise, and reconfigure, our now staggering collection of AV equipment, I am hoping to wow you with some trickery of my own. Watch as this post unfolds before your very eyes, with hardly a word to distract you from its glamor and mystery. See two artists and one interior photographer reinvent the color wheel, turning it into a blaze of kaleidoscopic glory.
Contemporary artist Eileen Quinlan:
Barbara Kasten‘s compositions felt stale when I was first starting out in photography, but the sudden resurgence of abstraction in photography has breathed new life into her super 80s imagery.
Funhouse style interiors shot by Christoph Theurer:
Well kids, that’s about it for today. Hope you enjoyed this peek into some crazy parallel universes. I’ve got tons more work to do before my own little world is inhabitable, so I’m gonna scoot on out of here. Don’t worry — I’ll update soon with pictures of the big black box solution.