Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Visitors Interaction


"Appetite For Colour", water and light installation by Paul Insect at the "Hell's Half Acre", a ground breaking series of installations (large scale evocation of Dante's Inferno), staged within The Old Vic Tunnels, a recently discovered labyrinth beneath London's Waterloo station.

18 comments:

Y. Ikeda said...

Simply breathtaking photos. Beautiful!!!

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic shots and what an incredible place! Hope your day has gone well, JM!

Sylvia

Stickup Artist said...

Oh Wow. I certainly did feel a dark spiritual story forming in my head before reading the caption. I am off to google Paul Insect...

James said...

These photos are amazing! They are so good! I also like your profile photo!

J_on_tour@jayzspaze said...

This is good. Very ethereal and original.

Jacob said...

I don't know what to say. Your photography is stunning, for sure, but Dante's Inferno? Did this feel as scary as it looks? I can imagine it must have been very dramatic!

Babzy said...

the first pic is really good !

Mitr Friend - Bhushavali said...

FABULOUS!!!
Nomads of Chennai
Fashion Panache - My 4" heels

Francisca said...

Fantastic photos, Jose.

[I seldom nudge anyone to come look at my blog, but I make an exception, as I do believe you'll enjoy my today's post. Not great photography like yours, but an interesting installation nonetheless. :-)]

EG Wow said...

Incredible photos, JM! But a bit scary since it concerns Dante's Inferno!

Barb said...

Stunning photos....Barb

T. Becque said...

Oh these photos are very artistic themselves!

Fabien said...

First is really beautiful

Cezar and Léia said...

Amazing idea!
Léia

Pagan Sphinx said...

My! This is absolutely fascinating! I of course knew about it through media. I HAVE to go there. Hopefully this summer we will make a stop in London. One of my fave cities.

Leovi said...

soft sensual shapes, beautiful.

tapirgal said...

Wow, this is amazing. Your photos are stunning and evocative/atmosphperic. This must be an amazing place. I remember how much I enjoyed Paris's bizarre catacombs - this looks exponentially wild!

Fotokarusellen said...

The first image i perfect. Beautiful.