This was a day about seeing space and form in a new way. I spent the day at Storm King Art Center in the Hudson Valley, a 500-acre open air museum full of dramatic spaces for viewing sculptures.
Often when we view art – the objects become the focus of our perception. At Storm King, our perception shifts and we are able to experience the objects as the frames and anchors for space. It works both ways: space clarifies form and form creates declinations that clarify space. There’s the space that surrounds and the space in between.
Here space isn’t negative or dead. Instead, it takes on a dynamic quality that enhances the viewer’s engagement with the sculptures. Space plays a variety of roles at times acting as a colorist, at times providing tension, at times anchoring our gaze, at times unsettling us.
This museum is a new favorite.
I respectfully request more gigabytes. When I created my Gmail beta account in 2005 you encouraged me to “never delete anything.” And so I haven’t. And I want to keep those 38,764 54,401 mails.
I see you have a fee structure to purchase more gigabytes.
- 20 GB – $5/yr
- 80 GB – $20/yr
- 200 GB – $50/yr
- 400 GB – $100/yr
- 1 TB – $256/yr
- 2 TB – $512/yr
- 4 TB – $1024/yr
- 8 TB – $2048/yr
- 16 TB – $4096/yr
Now my account is 89% full. You still advise users not to “waste time deleting messages.”
You talk as if Gmail is different; there is the “old way” and the “Gmail way.” I believed you. If you give my account more storage space, I will believe in you still.
P.S. I’m still waiting for your reply. It’s January 3, 2012 and things have gone critical! Time to take action.