Looking At Edinburgh

18 December 2008

Seizure: art in London, 3

If you want to know why this is not a photo of Edinburgh, the explanation is here.

“The walls and ceilings are covered in blue copper sulphate crystals, their rhomboid facets glinting in the gloom. Silvery shards of cold light spangle and wink and beckon. Every surface is furred and infested; big blue crystals dangle like cubist bats from the light fittings. Little wonder the flat has been abandoned: you’d move out, too, if the crystals moved in.” – The Guardian
lady against blue crystal wall

This photo is available on Redbubble: Seizure: The texture of normality.

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