Sunday, 20 December 2009

art in unusual spaces

I found it's pretty difficult to take photos of an art instalation that's supposed to be viewed by looking through a peephole. The glass is shiny and full of reflections, the light inside is dim (and my camera phone is probably not the best tool for the job) but anyway I had a go...


Perhaps you can get an idea? A glimps. And I quite like the legs walking past in some of the reflections... I wonder how many people stop to peep...


The exhibition is in the Georgian Arcade in the Merrion Center, Leeds (ie. round the back of Morrisions :) ) until the middle of January.

6 comments:

acornmoon said...

I would certainly stop to peep, it looks most intriguing!

I hope you enjoy your first Christmas in your new home, it is bound to be memorable no matter that things are unfinished, it looks as though you have accomplished so much. Good luck to you both.

Paper Chipmunk said...

I wish I could see it! Looks wonderful. I like the peephole idea, as opposed to just spread out in the window.

And, yes, I second the good wishes--happy Christmas in the new house.

Velma said...

wonderful venue! congratulations.

bonne said...

amazing!
love to find your interesting blog and your wonderful works!

Yvonne said...

Pippa Hale had a go at taking photos through peep holes - have put them onto the Art in Unusual Spaces website...

http://www.artinunusualspaces.co.uk/home/?p=96&preview=true&preview_id=96&preview_nonce=cde4c5b76d


http://www.flickr.com/photos/44844976@N06/4281995352/

Sarah said...

Thanks Yvonne, those photos are much better than my useless attempt :)