So, I've been trying for the past year to identify a Modern Art exhibition that I saw in an Art Appreciation textbook in 2006 or 2007, and I can't seem to find it anywhere online.
It was a dining room in which the curtains, the carpet, the upholstery on the seats, the placemats, the tablecloth, the wallpaper, the plates, the cups and saucers, the napkins...EVERYTHING...had the same repeating pattern in beige and dark brown. It was dimly lit, so everything would begin to move after a while.
Who created this installation? What's it called?
Does anyone have a clue?
I'm getting a bit bored with "Doctor Who," the Riddler, and WallEva. I should really start posting some things from the "Ghostbusters Japan" project I've been working on...right now it's nothing more than a possible RPG expansion pack, but I'd like to flesh it out a bit and start churning out some stories.
You can tell I love Japanese culture...
Anyway, GB.JP is sort of an affectionate parody of Super Sentai, more specifically "Denji Sentai Megaranger" (better known stateside as "Power Rangers in Space"). Currently, the idea concerns a crackpot scientist (Dr. Kubota by any other name) who researches ghosts and has gained the scorn of his fe