Thursday, June 27, 2013

Again with Miranda July

A Huffington Post interview with Miranda July:
I remember staring at some pointilist painting in an Impressionist exhibition when I was younger and thinking that I was being really moved by it. I felt like I was in the painting. But gradually I realized what was happening was the sound of the air conditioning and the perfume of the woman next to me were combining with the image to create this immersive experience. I remember thinking that was interesting. The whole thing is the art; the painting would be nothing without the cooling system.
The lady always manages to say something special. I'm looking forward to her new art exhibition We Think Alone.