HUT “Hermitage” by Ethan Hayes-Chute
Artist Ethan Hayes-Chute lives and works in Freeport, Maine & Berlin, Germany. Through paintings, sculptures, large-scale installations and artist’s books, he explores the ideas of self-sufficiency, self-preservation and self-exclusion as models for living. Hayes-Chute’s hut is an accumulation of stuff, the ephemera of the every day. Its materials are found, stitched together, hand-assembled – chair, desk, table, shaving mirror, and coffee mug furnish the cabin’s primary function to house and sustain.
I will follow everyone who reblogs ^_^
wow what a badass.
“There’s not much in Owatonna. There’s 20,000 people there. There’s a lot of industrial (business). The city makes a lot of glass. It’s a small town and it’s been home forever. I love it still. I’ll be there for a while I think.”
The fall was not scripted, Anne actually slipped while filming, although she started laughing they kept with the scene. The director didn’t yell cut because she waved her hand a little (what looked like when she waved at Lily to keep talking) to signal that she wanted to keep filming the shot. The editor eventually chose this shot because he felt it fit Mia’s character a lot more than the scripted shots they had.
i love learning shit like this
Black and White, Photoshop
Alfred Hitchcock directing the MGM lion, circa 1958.
Photograph by Sinclair Bull.