I was talking to a friend about being creative about the act of looking for work. I may never look for a job-job again, but a key goal of mine is to find new design clients, employing the Red Velvet Rope policy. That means, not getting desperate and taking on a project with a client when your gut instinct says this will be trouble. Continue reading Creatively searching for work…→
I visited the recent show at one of my very favorite galleries, Edward Cella. The piece that most attracted me looked like an open steel frame, glass house worthy of Phillip Johnson, but apparently mounted on a pivot, so it could teeter totter. Continue reading Performance Art Architecture→
I revised this piece at the SMOCA (Scottsdale Museum of Art), which I saw during a major Turrell exhibit they had in 2001. In fact this exhibit was my awakening to the unique power of Turrell’s art. At the exhibit opening I waited in line for almost two hours to experience his one person light shows.
The first time I saw this sky pace, there was a Baroque Quartet playing live. This time, I was lucky in having fast moving clouds above the aperture. This earlier sky space does not include the LED lighting display of the latter works. It was peaceful and calm to sit inside for fifteen minutes. Here is a time lapse video I made that day: