[divider]Conceptual Design & Decor[/divider]
One piece of decor Jeremy was describing too us had to do with an antique light box he had encountered one day. At just 2″ by 7″, the refracting light box really stood out to him. Simple, and color theory-ish, he was so intrigued, he felt it deserved a place at Paradiso. But 2″ by 7″? That just won’t do. How will everyone appreciate it when it’s so small?
“I saw this amazing and unappreciated piece of art and decided I’m going to “remix” it and attempt to do what I believe the original artist was trying to accomplish, but on a giant scale.”
It’s clear that the bigger the better runs true when it comes to Paradiso, and that even when a sketch or idea doesn’t seem possible, the crew still try’s their damnedest to make it reality and share it with us. What determines if something can or can’t be built? At the gorge, remember the weather conditions are a constant factor.
“I don’t like limiting my creative process based on what is or isn’t technically possible to create. The engineers hate me for this; I’m sorry Steve, Joe, Erik, and Matt…. ‘How can we build this without it becoming a 60 foot tall kite of destruction?’ The wind, weather and location make it very difficult to create anything large since everything has to be trucked in.”
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