Stray Light Grey, Art Exhibition Featuring a Series of Bizarre Rooms

Stray Light Grey

“Stray Light Grey” is an elaborate exhibition made up of a series of rooms installed in the Marlborough Chelsea gallery in Manhattan. Visitors enter the exhibition through a gaping hole in the gallery’s bathroom, then proceed through a series of bizarre indoor environments: a betting parlor, an old-fashioned private library, a plastic surgery clinic, and a contemporary art gallery, among others. The exhibition is a collaboration between artists Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe. “Stray Light Grey” is on display through October 27.

A warren of corridors, chambers and passageways is configured into a spatial collage that gives a fragmented vision of a parallel metropolis. As if the visitor has entered a bizarro New York City simulated in a foreign country where the details have been perverted in translation.

Stray Light Grey

Stray Light Grey

Stray Light Grey

Stray Light Grey

Stray Light Grey

Stray Light Grey

via Inhabitat

photos via Marlborough Chelsea

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