mairajohn

je suis une femme.
accidentally in front of art.
i didn’t realize this when i drunkenly/lovingly asked cameron to take my photo.
(behind me is the jeff koons art installation at rockefeller center, nyc)

"the monumental plant soars 37 feet above the public square, watching over the glistening prometheus statue and cityscape situated below. the half-pony, half-dinosaur sculpture is grown from 50,000 flowering plants: ‘I love the dialogue with nature in creating a piece that needs so much control—how many plants should be planted? how will these plants survive?—while at the same time giving up the control.‘ Koons comments, ‘it’s in nature’s hands, even though you try to plan everything to make the plants survive. this sense of giving up control is very beautiful. the balance between control and giving up control reminds us of the polarity of existence.’ 
(http://www.designboom.com/art/jeff-koons-plants-split-rocker-in-rockefeller-center-06-26-2014/)

i heart nyc tho, lemme live there with my soul.

accidentally in front of art.

i didn’t realize this when i drunkenly/lovingly asked cameron to take my photo.

(behind me is the jeff koons art installation at rockefeller center, nyc)

"the monumental plant soars 37 feet above the public square, watching over the glistening prometheus statue and cityscape situated below. the half-pony, half-dinosaur sculpture is grown from 50,000 flowering plants: ‘I love the dialogue with nature in creating a piece that needs so much control—how many plants should be planted? how will these plants survive?—while at the same time giving up the control.‘ Koons comments, ‘it’s in nature’s hands, even though you try to plan everything to make the plants survive. this sense of giving up control is very beautiful. the balance between control and giving up control reminds us of the polarity of existence.’

(http://www.designboom.com/art/jeff-koons-plants-split-rocker-in-rockefeller-center-06-26-2014/)

i heart nyc tho, lemme live there with my soul.