I am always thinking about how colors interact with each other and as a kid I always struggled with the concept that we all see things differently. Even within our own species, we have such variability in our perspectives; it is hard to put something together for everyone’s eyes.
Oh, also, the Mantis Shrimp or as Radiolab describes it “the pugnacious Mohammed Ali, sea going animal, with incredibly great visual sense” is now my all time favorite sea creature.
A HUGE heart felt thanks to the museum staff. It is an absolute pleasure working with them every time.
This photos series is from an installation called “Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art”
We finished up this shoot a day before I was leaving for Malawi and here are a few pictures of us exhausted from a long night of shooting. I love that Traction devotes this much time to making projects come out perfectly.
I was asked by the Broad museum to photograph how Lisa Walcott’s work lives and moves within this beautiful museum. It was especially difficult to show how the audience interacts and moves around Lisa’s installations. I asked Christina, my assistant to sit amongst the “Less Still” exhibit and we created the photo above. I hope you like these photos and if you are by the museum, be sure to pick up the publication.
(December 29th, 2013)
Along with heart warming kind words, the artist shared some videos of her work with me.
I have included links to her site below:
Vice Versa: www.lisawalcott.com/