The secret history of the garage as a space of creativity, from its invention by Frank Lloyd Wright to its use by start-ups and garage bands. (Olivia Erlanger & Luis Ortega).
This first episode explores the garage as a meeting point for the youth, mirroring their angst while celebrating life and afterlife.
Now domesticity is being reformatted once again through technologies that detach the home from the house.” Suggestive as the comparison is, they miss the opportunity to comment on the Internet’s general atmosphere of garage-ness, with its dank memes and moldy conspiracies. Internet as essentially a giant garage. (Nikil Saval).
For centuries, the claim that scorpions commit suicide via their own stinger when surrounded by fire or closed spaces has been spread among people of all cultures. Apparently, a scorpion, when confronted with an insurmountable threat, such as a ring of fire, will sometimes opt to take its own life. The work ecompasses that through the wooden basorelief placed behind the car.
Both the scorpion and the car, a Corvette C3 Stingray from 1977 are symbols of power but placed in this tiny garage, not really appropriate for this type of car, they become pressured and powerless, like an anesthetized lion.