A composer (contemporary operas, etc.: Michael Kowalski), in a Brooklyn studio. A mathematician (Roman Kossak), difficult to capture via lens. Artists (Alberto Baraya, María Clara Cortés), wondering. Flowers seen across 38th Street – artificial flowers, according to Baraya. Photographed through binocular lenses. The Brooklyn (at Red Hook), through an amplifier glass. Glass of rum on the way sometimes as well. A moving topos.
Boroughs. Bronx. Brooklyn. Manhattan from the distance. Tennenbaum (^2) lurking. Exploration at the Bronx Community College. Limits of tori, 1+2+3+…=-1/12, as is well known again. Burnside Avenue. Ravines. Acid light. Coincidence of purpose, of directions (reconstruction), of qualms.
Refuge in the library (the old New York City Public Library, that looks like public buildings should look everywhere in the world inside… and looks like a beautiful synagogue perhaps on Sheinkin, from its back – from Bryant Park). One place to steep oneself in deep concentration.
Immensely moving, this piece on the mandolin by Statman!
trance – klezmer – Brooklyn
more of the same (increíble verlo alternando entre klezmer en clarinete y bluegrass en mandolina)
Statman, Barbès, Brooklyn, NY
afinando (Statman en Barbès)
en Barbès, esperando pasar a la salita a escuchar a Statman
Ambiente relajado en Brooklyn (Park Slope)