"Imagine being able to recreate Edward Hopper's paintings into actual places. That wonderful light, to experience it in a different way.This idea started the project. One of the things I fell in love with in Edward Hopper's work is the interrelation of light and space. To translate his painted models into actual illuminated places, I built three-dimensional cardboard scale models.Then I turn on the light (for most of the exposures only a small lightbulb) on this artifical cardboard world, my attempt to grasp that magical light."
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