Some work leans toward the journalistic. Lucie Varekova’s series of photos capture the mood of the London neighborhood of Sipson, the center of debate over Heathrow Airport’s contentious third runway. During one recent visit, a young girl, there with her father, crawled around inside Sara Baydur’s exhibit, which featured a little tunnel with a TV screen inside and piped-in Philip Glass music. Baydur’s intention for the piece was open to debate, but the girl seemed to be having a blast.
The full blog post, on London’s Free Range art show, is at the NEW YORK TIMES.