On Sunday we took a break from ranger cosplay and went to @thebroadmuseum to see #yayoikusama#infinitymirrors “the souls of millions of light years away”. It was so beautiful, truly breathtaking art and #aesthetic . ✨😍
Tonight my mom and I got our turn to see Infinity Mirrors by Yayoi Kusama @clevelandmuseumofart! The little rooms that you step into look tiny from the outside, but inside seem to go on forever, and really make you feel quite small. Fun, and thought provoking all at once!
PS in the obliteration room I stuck all my dots on things I love: bike, book, plant, food, & the leg lamp because Cleveland!
Girl Scouts gives girls endless opportunities to explore the world around them, and deepen their knowledge about topics like art. Just check out Troop 17195 experiencing Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms at @thebroadmuseum!
Look for beauty and you will find it. 🔍As demonstrated by Anna @mypsoriasistimeline when she found how wonderfully her psoriasis spots fit into the Yayoi Kusama’s polka dot universe. ⚪️⚫️
Caption from Anna: “Another one of my favourite photos we captured today at the Yayoi Kasuman infinity mirrors gallery. I feel that Kusana’s frequently used polka dot pattern really resonated with me. The contrast between this black and white piece that I’m standing in front of means so much to me. This post made me quite nostalgic about last summer when my hopes were indefinite. On August 3, 2017 I wrote: grey thoughts of uncertainty but definite black and white hopes. All in relation to these spots. Lots of cloudy, grey, uncertain thoughts about ever being free from this but also clear hopes of gaining my desired health level. Complicated but doable.”
We believe this is a truly wonderful and creative way to see these spots. Keep on inspiring Anna! You have a very good eye 👁 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀