Tonight I attended a free large-scale light installation at Columbia University’s Lenfest Center for the Arts called Waterlicht, which means “water light” in Dutch.
Waterlicht is a three-day only installation designed by Dutch artist Dan Roosengaarde.
More details can be found at the link below. From my experience, registering is not required. Just show up and enjoy!
Last night my sister treated me to an Orville Peck show at the Music Hall of Wiliamsburg. He was fabulous!
You can check out his music video for “Dead of Night” at the link below.
Orville Peck-Dead of Night video
music hall of williamsburg
Yesterday, I attended the opening day of the Japan Society’s new exhibit, which compares the architecture of Tokyo during the 1964 and 2020 Summer Games.
The Japan Society is located at 333 East. 47th Street in New York City; the exhibit
will be open until January 26th, 2020.
Left: Official Exhibition poster
Right: Section from “Holes in the House” – this structure is a model of an actual house in Tokyo that was purchased and then redesigned by architects Mio Tsuneyama and
I was walking up East 10th Street this afternoon when I saw a baker sculpting an
unusual looking cake. When I asked her what she was making, she said that it was
President Trump’s head stylized as a peach and that it was going to appear in a
television program. As I walked away, I wondered if the cake has a mint
flavor./New York, NY-2019.October.06
UPDATE/October.07-This cake was being made for Joy Behar’s birthday. It was
featured on The View this morning.
A Persian cat yawns in the late afternoon.
Finnish artist Tony Sjöman works on an almost-finished mural, located on the fifth
floor of a new luxury residence at 277 5th Avenue.
Yesterday, I was fortunate enough to participate in a studio tour organized by the American Scandinavian Society. Sjöman showed us several of his murals that are in walking distance from his studio. We ended the tour by returning to his studio for a Q&A session and a few bubbly drinks. A lovely time was had by all!
2019.September.28/New York City
New York, NY
Two mandarin oranges and a sprig of indigo plant rest on a
square of silk that has been hand dyed with indigo leaves.
The square is the end result of an indigo dying workshop
that I attended yesterday at Brooklyn’s Old Stone House.
A starling surveys the surroundings in Battery Park/New York City
A leaf that was collected last autumn sits on a radiator by itself.