I just recently checked out the Bosch 500 Visions Alive exibit at the Art Play Center. If this is the direction art exhibits are moving, I'm going to be visiting a lot more art shows. The main room of the exhibition projected Bosch's paintings 360 degrees, focusing in and out on different areas and moving in a way that told a story. Use of computer graphics made certain elements of the paintings move to the tune of the eerie music without detracting from the integrity of the art. Addition of performance art, such as the shadows of modern dance, also helped the exhibit pop and come alive. It was a fascinating display that I could have watched for hours.
Checking out the deck on one of the first nice days of Moscow spring
The writer of Not Home Syndrome can be seen wandering around Moscow, searching for pour-over coffee