Friday, October 13, 2017
"We are attempting to encapsulate the architecture, artistry, design, fashion and city-building initiatives that have come to define our practice. Inside you will see public art projects undertaken with world-class creatives, architecture from architects who are artists in their own right, fashion by some of the greatest designers in recent history, a custom Fazioli piano designed by an architect to respond to the typology of their building. Each of these works demonstrate in a profound way that a craft practised well, is an art form."

Fuck all of these lazy cliches. Fuck that hanging apostrophe. Fuck Ian Gillespie. Burn it all down.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Testing, testing


Sandstone Quarry, Saysutshun, 2017
Monday, October 09, 2017


Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Monday, October 02, 2017

Source footage for La La Land Tree, 2016-8
Saturday, September 30, 2017
"I would love to read the fling-but-never-serious partner’s accounting of their perfect love and where it diverges from her likely more unique take on reality."
Time Out interviews Walter Becker, 2008.

The best interview with WB I've found, asking questions I would have asked.
Friday, September 29, 2017



"We were just looking for any kind of road where the trees would give way to a view like this. My production designer David Wasco and his team wound up changing certain aspects of the location. They added these old-fashioned gas lamps that you see in movies like 'Singin’ in the Rain.' They added the bench and altered the shrubbery in certain cases so you get a more dramatic drop-off and suddenly see a vista. That meant adding some trees and shrubbery earlier so that the vista was blocked and we could withhold it and then reveal it at a dramatic moment."


"In this case, that involved adapting a dance that had been developed in a studio to a slanted hillside road full of potholes and dirt. Once we got on the location to actually shoot it, what we really needed to choreograph and rehearse was the camera. I think the third dancer in this number that you don’t see onscreen is the camera."

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