In one of the Museum’s courtyards is a swimming pool framed by a limestone deck. When seen from the deck, the pool appears to be filled with deep, shimmering water. In fact, however, a layer of water only some 10 centimeters deep is suspended over transparent glass. Below the glass is an empty space with aquamarine walls that viewers can enter. The work sets up an unfolding sequence of experiences—we view the pool through the glass wall enclosing the courtyard; from the deck, looking down into the pool; and from the interior of the pool, looking up. The Swimming Pool might hence be considered a place where, slowly, with time, different perspectives and perceptions of self and others all come to intersect.
"John William Keedy explores themes of anxiety and varied neuroses in his photography."
Q: When was your Etsy shop started?
A: I started my shop September 7 2013
Q: What is your favorite material that you work with?
A: My favorite material to work with is dupioni silk, it’s a raw form of silk and just so pretty and has a great look and feel to it. But I love leathers and…
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