Goodness, this place looks amazing.
yes, it does, doesn't it? It's located in my hometown in Italy, it used to be the residency of a prince. It's normally shut, but they organized a group show in it in 2006, which is when they allowed me to film the interior.
Amazing stuff OscarReLEAsE tHe BATS!btw thanks for your comment about mobile communication, it sort of helped me understand a little my almost borderline phobia.Nick
thanks to you Nick to bring such interesting thoughts to the blog...
The room lit with dozens of candelabra’sFiligree, SilverA chamber orchestra playsThe women dressed, in crimson and absinthe green velvet dressesPearls and Diamonds adorn cultured necksSkin so paleSo slimSo elegantAwaitingThe MasterHe entersDressed in BlackBlack, curled hairFalls overA white winged collarBlack velvet flocked tieThe women gaspOscarAs he passes themOn his journey to the centreOf the room.He raises a Heavy, Leaded GlassCharged withThe Darkest of Red WinesThe RoomSilentThe WomenLook‘Release the Bats’He criesAnd they areDevoured.
Nick! I'll read this every night at midnight till I die and go to hell, or become a ghost.It's fabulous. Thank you so much.
Oh you are more than welcome Oscar.I always think it's nice for visual artists to hear what their images conjure in people's minds.You are the BatYou are the NightThanks for your work and the complement you gave to me.Nick
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