Enduring love

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Now that the “Inhabit” show has come down (sort of) at Sean Stoops’ apartment (see post), I asked Curator Sean Stoops how he liked living with all that art (“Lightswitch Daydream” by Nadia Hironaka).

First of all, he’s still living with a lot of it. “I still have most of the work up,” he said. Not that it makes him unhappy.

“I like that when you live with art, you notice new things,” Stoops said. “Parts of the show will stay with me. I’ll alway think of that switch [by Nadia Hironaka] being on the wall after the switch is gone, and Jim Johnson’s box-in-the-closet installation.”

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