Lucid Stead is an architectural installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III that takes an existing structure in the deserts of Joshua Tree, California and revitalizes it with mirrors, LED lights, and custom built technology to accentuate the beauty of the bare landscape.

"Lucid Stead" in the California Desert by http://pks3.com/
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Lucid Stead is an architectural installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III that takes an existing structure in the deserts of Joshua Tree, California and revitalizes it with mirrors, LED lights, and custom built technology to accentuate the beauty of the bare landscape.

"Lucid Stead" in the California Desert by http://pks3.com/
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Lucid Stead is an architectural installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III that takes an existing structure in the deserts of Joshua Tree, California and revitalizes it with mirrors, LED lights, and custom built technology to accentuate the beauty of the bare landscape.

"Lucid Stead" in the California Desert by http://pks3.com/
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Lucid Stead is an architectural installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III that takes an existing structure in the deserts of Joshua Tree, California and revitalizes it with mirrors, LED lights, and custom built technology to accentuate the beauty of the bare landscape.

"Lucid Stead" in the California Desert by http://pks3.com/
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Lucid Stead is an architectural installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III that takes an existing structure in the deserts of Joshua Tree, California and revitalizes it with mirrors, LED lights, and custom built technology to accentuate the beauty of the bare landscape.

"Lucid Stead" in the California Desert by http://pks3.com/
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Lucid Stead is an architectural installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III that takes an existing structure in the deserts of Joshua Tree, California and revitalizes it with mirrors, LED lights, and custom built technology to accentuate the beauty of the bare landscape.

"Lucid Stead" in the California Desert by http://pks3.com/
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Lucid Stead is an architectural installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III that takes an existing structure in the deserts of Joshua Tree, California and revitalizes it with mirrors, LED lights, and custom built technology to accentuate the beauty of the bare landscape.

"Lucid Stead" in the California Desert by http://pks3.com/

House Made Entirely Out of Books
Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller website
First photo credit: Andy Keate
This is a house made entirely of antique books, mostly English  literature published in the United Kingdom. Spines out, pages in, the  work is a library turned in on itself, a space of infinite possibility  where nothing may be read yet everything imagined.
The work has no  windows and in the absence of external stimulation, we must imagine the  worlds of the books, and hear the voice in our head that talks to us  when we read. Books, the stories they tell about the opportunity they  offer for escape into other worlds, are a key inspiration for Janet  Cardiff and George Bures Miller.
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House Made Entirely Out of Books
Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller website
First photo credit: Andy Keate
This is a house made entirely of antique books, mostly English  literature published in the United Kingdom. Spines out, pages in, the  work is a library turned in on itself, a space of infinite possibility  where nothing may be read yet everything imagined.
The work has no  windows and in the absence of external stimulation, we must imagine the  worlds of the books, and hear the voice in our head that talks to us  when we read. Books, the stories they tell about the opportunity they  offer for escape into other worlds, are a key inspiration for Janet  Cardiff and George Bures Miller.
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House Made Entirely Out of Books

Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller website

First photo credit: Andy Keate

This is a house made entirely of antique books, mostly English literature published in the United Kingdom. Spines out, pages in, the work is a library turned in on itself, a space of infinite possibility where nothing may be read yet everything imagined.

The work has no windows and in the absence of external stimulation, we must imagine the worlds of the books, and hear the voice in our head that talks to us when we read. Books, the stories they tell about the opportunity they offer for escape into other worlds, are a key inspiration for Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller.