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This limited edition print features the Interstellar image designed by Storm as the poster for a Pink Floyd exhibition of the same name, mounted in Paris in October 2003. Storm explained his ideas to us: "The two glass eyeballs of Pulse DVD were transmitted via (Anish) Kapoor into two perfect mirror balls, one on top of another, finely balanced, but comfortable, each ball being a planet or star. It's what goes on in between, as in interstellar, which is paramount. It is the secret of Pink Floyd, or so I like to think, foolish me. Between the balls, between the stars, is an endless repetition, an infinite repeat of images. The balls were made of perfect Perspex hemispheres electroplated with a perfect mirror, which means that there are no unwelcome defects or distortions. The area between the spheres is reminiscent of Ummagumma though much more difficult to define, easier to see the depths of reflection, showing the trees, clouds, river, grass, and my good self and crazy Rupert if you look hard. I find this piece very tranquil and calm." The calm before the storm, would that be? There are very few of this silkscreen on weighty Somerset Tub paper print now remaining.
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