The Morning Has Gold In Its Mouth, 2013
A frame-by-frame account of Kubrick’s The Shining, each annotated with text from fan sites, youtube clips and fan forums. The four-volume set includes countless arcane theories about the director’s intentions.
Located on the top floor of the hotel, the installation consisted of the four-volume bookwork, a lenticular mirror and a series of discreet interventions.
A lenticular photograph housed in an antique mirror frame. The photograph reflects a nearby dresser and (as in the film) the number of books changes as the viewer passes by.
light plate, switch, rare earth magnets
Over the course of the exhibition at the Walper Hotel, the maintenance staff were instructed to discreetly relocate a variety of temporary fixtures.