Monday, April 18, 2016
Posted by Aubrey Levinthal
This is the most amazing thing I have seen in a long time. It is an extremely high resolution, fully immersive experience into Bosch's famous painting The Garden of Earthly Delights. There are so many things I never saw in the reproductions before, like this group of miniature people having a berry seance. The way you move around the canvas feels like you are walking in the painting and there are accompanying sounds that are really, really good. At this part, underneath a classical kind of melody you can hear hints of babbling water and chewing! Check it out!!
Game of Thrones has nothing on his imagination.
I found this site thanks to the New Yorker Radio podcast which I am really enjoying.
One of my favorites is from New Yorker Fiction in which David Sedaris reads a beautiful short story by Miranda July. So many good things colliding at once. Listen here -- #43