I don’t usually lose the people I am interviewing, but following artist Alois Kronschlaeger through his immersive installation called “Kind of Blue,” anything is possible.
The Austrian-born Kronschlaeger built a giant structure inside what was once a Vans sneaker store on the Bowery using 250 pieces of wood and most notably 575 yards of blue fabric.
“The blues are changing depending on how many folds and layers the fabric has and how the light filters through,” said Kronschlaeger, who named the installation after his favorite Miles Davis record, recorded by the Jazz great in New York in 1959.
Another thing you will notice about the artist, he
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