NEW YORK MAGAZINE: Up Into the Dark / by Admin Leeser

For an architect to build a museum of moving pictures is a bit like a vintner bottling mountain air. They’re everywhere, those squirmy apparitions. They cling to the side of a building, the back of an airplane seat, or the face of a wristwatch, yet remain essentially unchanged. How do you build a home for a rectangle of flickering light? read more at New York Magazine >>