These images are from a series of film photographs I developed in our darkroom under the tutelage of Katie Slusher. They illustrate a research paper on Louis Kahn and the Kimbell Art Museum. An excerpt is below:
"This building is like a human. I watch it wake up in the morning with a yawn, dim, quiet, and empty. As the hours pass, and the clouds move on, its eyes flash, and the show begins. Old people, young people, black people, white people, Texans and otherwise, the sounds of Spanish, English, French, and Mandarin, rich, poor, singles, couples, families, people on legs and wheels, people with phones, cameras, pens, books, and picnic baskets, all trickled under its vaults slathered with light. There is something very special about an art museum without admission fees. It is an institutions worthy of our times. What more can I say?"