Actually. Yes. I’m finally starting a new project.
Architecture that is the informal requirement of very formal, grand, epic architecture.
CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. 30/12/2010: Boeung Kak Lake being filled with sand by development company Shukaku Inc. and evicting 4000 families.
In an attempt to cure myself of cabin fever, this morning I dragged myself out of the house, camera in hand. Something curious happens during the Minnesota winter, the light becomes exactly the right temperature to make every image look like a Stephen Shore photograph from the late 1970s.
There is a Japanese zen tradition where visitors are invited to view the first snow fall. This winter, I was eagerly waiting to bring this tradition into my life in Minnesota. Unfortunately, it only snows when I leave the city. So far, I’ve watched the snow fall inside airports all over the Midwest. 8 hours watching thru the Milwaukee International Airport’s floor to ceiling plate glass windows was probably not the same feeling one would get when peering out of a shoji screen. Alas, it has to do.