MFA impressions


I was impressed by Korla Luckeroth's pieces. The mastery of the 2-D style perspective in a 3-D object was so interesting and talented. Each house was unique and had its own personality. I enjoyed reading about Korla's process in this project. I liked learnng how a home was manipulated to take on the owner's personality. And it must have been so exciting to travel to these houses and discover the stories and histories. I appreciated that in creating these pieces, Korla didn't change the nature of each house, but represented what each place actually meant to the people who lived there. What I would like to know is, were there any houses that were interesting that didn't make the final cut?

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