I’ve spent the past few months scheming unsuccessfully; I’ve been longing to get out of the noisy, smelly, dirty, chaotic mess that is New York City. I need to breathe!
Well, I can’t fully solve my problem, at least not in the near term, but this piece gives me a taste of the country that I so desire.
Escapes Away is a New York Times piece that paints a picture of two artists, Charles Lindsay and Catherine Chalmers, in their country escape away from the chaotic city. Created as an ancillary to a written piece, Rooms With a Viewfinder, the narrated slideshow creates a mini respite from the sometimes blaring internet.