Measuring the Universe.

Monday, May 5, 2014

I hadn't heard of artist Roman Ondák's 2007 installation Measuring the Universe until last month, but I wish I'd been in New York at the time to see it. In it, a thick streak of black forms a ring around a white room - a closer look reveals that the mass is made up of thousands of markings indicating the names and heights of museum goers. (The date of the visit is recorded, too.) What a beautiful idea.

Read more about Roman Ondák, here. Top image via MoMA. Bottom images via Designboom. (To the reader who introduced me to this project, thank you so much. I can't seem to find your comment directing me to the link, but whoever you are, I appreciate it!)

Lastly, links for Monday, just because:
-"Sorry I'm late, but I didn't want to come."
-I'll eat anything covered in flowers. (Related: mango with wild roses, acacia fritters.)
-I conducted an interview last week with Noah Bernamoff, the New York restauranteur behind the wonderful deli Mile End, and the newly-opened Black Seed Bagels. You can read it on Conde Nast Traveler, here. Have a wonderful start to the week!


Hena Tayeb said...


Anonymous said...

So cool. I love this idea.

Anonymous said...

I didn't want to come"... my life. hahaha.
Happy monday right back at ya, always thankful for these unique posts!


Anonymous said...

This is very cool! Thanks for sharing.

burntfeather said...

The installations looks simply like cleverly placed artistic marks, like the reveal :) I also am totally in love with the styling on the sun and moon tonic they sound incredibly delicious too! Oh and great interview your job must be super fun :)

Ione said...

so cool!!

Kathy said...

Great interview! So jealous you got to meet the great Noah Bernamoff :)

Shoko said...

Fee, it is, and I feel so lucky to do it!

Kathy, he's wonderful!



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