Left: Moschino moment in alien green belted dress and collaboration with artist Ben Frost backpack and pillbox hat in pop prints, juxtaposing with Paula Hayes living artwork, Key Frame, 2018 against Shigeru Ban designed Aspen Art Museum
Right: Versace beaded head piece and dress with a hint of Kandinsky influence swirling through the Aspen Art Museum ArtCrush summer benefit
Sensory blending vitality, Audi RS 5 Coupe in alpine habitat
A creature product of extradimensional gravitas, the new Audi RS 5 Coupe in Sonoma Green is a statement for sensory blending. On meaning, the German-engineered machine became a powerful symbol to me while in architecture school. Immersed in the car culture of Los Angeles, the Audi coupé silhouette punctuated my periphery as an embodiment of the Bauhaus philosophy, a holistic layered space of infinite variation, grounded in eclectic self/timeless heritage. Beam me into the holographic present, Aspen Eden, an enclave of staggering nature where in the splendor of its seclusion a sense of community exists. Dip in the synchronicity of the whole and let the vision bleed into the landscape.
Stir the pot and come to find that the Aspen Idea is alive and magnetizing. Body, mind and spirit in striking unison are a breeding ground for the imagination. In support of the Aspen Art Museum, a wellspring for contemporary art and education, like minded forces collide and celebrate to benefit the vital institution. True to Aspen’s original vision, ArtCrush felt utopian in the sense that those mentors, artists, gallerists, editors, publications who have had a formative effect on me were ever present. Ride with those who radiate with high frequency intent and the road to beyond unfolds miraculously and not with a twist.
Mining vision for total work of art living, in partnership with Audi for ArtCrush, 2018, Aspen.
Versace beaded head piece and dress with a hint of Kandinsky influence swirling through the main ArtCrush event.
Photographs by Logan Jackson