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.
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).
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.