More than 10 years ago, artist/writer/curator Rhonda Lieberman was at an art installation by James Turrell at the Museum of Modern Art’s P.S. 1 in Long Island City, Queens. It was, said the East Village resident, all about light and emptiness, and about mediating environments.
“It was an empty room, and the ceiling had been removed,” she described. “There was only sky. It was a sky room, not a skylight.”
As she experienced the space, a thought occurred to her.
“It could only be improved with cats,” she said.
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