Frank Gehry is playing with the form. I love it. His architecture is more like a sculpture. For people to use it. To dwell in. To admire or hate it. Very emotional and inspiring. He is always looking for a new form. Decomposing, uplifting, torching, shrinking, stretching, compressing, squeezing, dancing, flying, flowing, floating. And I love to capture the very special moment - enjoying ephemerality. Transience.
(Re)forming the space.
Searching for the liquid shape.
Human fills the reformed space with his existence.
Take a breath in.
Feel ecstatic inspiration.
The (re)form dances with the flow.
In the vortex.
An ephemeral moment.