L'arlequin  snapped just after the descent of a december darkness, Paris, 6e.
       
     
 another cinema facade,  l'escurial , Paris, 13e, just caught in the balance between day and evening, light and dark.
       
     
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    French architect E. Vergnes’ 1921 publication:  Cinemas: Vues exterieures et interieures-Details-Plans  (originally published in 1910). This book sparked my interest in using glass as a variably translucent material to explore cinema architecture and the moving image.  
       
     
 ...another interior (or dream space) from  French architect E. Vergnes’ 1921 publication:   Cinemas: Vues exterieures et interieures-Details-Plans   (originally published in 1910).
       
     
 Dream space, memory space - This image was created by a pinhole camera at the Roman Baths in Bath, UK. It was send to me by David Littlefield, co-author of  Architectural Voices: listening to old buildings , Wiley Academy (2007)
       
     
 The cinema facade, here Studio Luxembourg-Acattone, Paris, 5e, is a threshold | portal from the exterior world of the real to the interior world of dreams and imagination....
       
     
 Interior space of Le Champo, Paris 5e.
       
     
  I'm just not sure if I was every really there  - one of my earlier works...kiln formed, lamp worked and cold constricted glass.
       
     
  L'arlequin  snapped just after the descent of a december darkness, Paris, 6e.
       
     

L'arlequin snapped just after the descent of a december darkness, Paris, 6e.

 another cinema facade,  l'escurial , Paris, 13e, just caught in the balance between day and evening, light and dark.
       
     

another cinema facade, l'escurial, Paris, 13e, just caught in the balance between day and evening, light and dark.

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    French architect E. Vergnes’ 1921 publication:  Cinemas: Vues exterieures et interieures-Details-Plans  (originally published in 1910). This book sparked my interest in using glass as a variably translucent material to explore cinema architecture and the moving image.  
       
     

This image of a cinema interior in Lyon, is from French architect E. Vergnes’ 1921 publication: Cinemas: Vues exterieures et interieures-Details-Plans (originally published in 1910). This book sparked my interest in using glass as a variably translucent material to explore cinema architecture and the moving image.  

 ...another interior (or dream space) from  French architect E. Vergnes’ 1921 publication:   Cinemas: Vues exterieures et interieures-Details-Plans   (originally published in 1910).
       
     

...another interior (or dream space) from French architect E. Vergnes’ 1921 publication: Cinemas: Vues exterieures et interieures-Details-Plans (originally published in 1910).

 Dream space, memory space - This image was created by a pinhole camera at the Roman Baths in Bath, UK. It was send to me by David Littlefield, co-author of  Architectural Voices: listening to old buildings , Wiley Academy (2007)
       
     

Dream space, memory space - This image was created by a pinhole camera at the Roman Baths in Bath, UK. It was send to me by David Littlefield, co-author of Architectural Voices: listening to old buildings, Wiley Academy (2007)

 The cinema facade, here Studio Luxembourg-Acattone, Paris, 5e, is a threshold | portal from the exterior world of the real to the interior world of dreams and imagination....
       
     

The cinema facade, here Studio Luxembourg-Acattone, Paris, 5e, is a threshold | portal from the exterior world of the real to the interior world of dreams and imagination....

 Interior space of Le Champo, Paris 5e.
       
     

Interior space of Le Champo, Paris 5e.

  I'm just not sure if I was every really there  - one of my earlier works...kiln formed, lamp worked and cold constricted glass.
       
     

I'm just not sure if I was every really there - one of my earlier works...kiln formed, lamp worked and cold constricted glass.