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»One piece I did back in 1970 was a room of vertical colored panels, and then I put a dry ice fog on the floor and Claude Picasso came and started taking photographs of it. I had just met him. And the colors seemed to disappear right into the floor, and the floor seemed non-existent. It was a fog. And with reflective panels. So the reflection that went into the fog was very unusual too. Because the energy from the reflection disappeared as it went into the fog. So that’s the way I accomplished that feeling. I did one version that was called Home Sweet Home, and the other one was called Slush Thrust.« James Rosenquist
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