Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors

How do I start to describe the experience of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors that is currently on exhibit at the AGO in Toronto? One Word: VAST.

I had the pleasure of seeing this exhibit in Los Angeles and Toronto. While both are distinguishable and stand on their own, they both embodies the same elements and of course showcased the same 6 infinity rooms. An instagramer’s paradise, these mirrored rooms give the illusion of a never-ending depth and infinite reach. Continue reading “Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors”

Comfort Zone

Recently on Insta stories, I confessed that it’s been a challenging time for me. Well, that’s an understatement. Life has hit me hard recently, both personally and professionally. I’ve never faced so many challenges at once, that it’s literally put this uber organized, master planner in commission, as I try to muster up the energy to think or plan past next week.

If it weren’t for my best friend, my twin flame, my sister – who has earned a doctorate in phycology by just listening to me vent, cry, stress out, and analyze my life from every angle possible (on a daily basis) – I don’t know where I’d be. Not only has she prevented twin flame failure when I let us start to separate, she also helped me to keep my life together.

While I could sit here and tell you about all the challenges that I’ve been navigating through for the past few months – but I think I’m better served at reflecting on what I’ve come to realize about myself through these moments of heartbreak and disappointment.

I don’t like change. Continue reading “Comfort Zone”

48 Hours in Dallas

About a week ago I booked a very last minute trip to Dallas, TX. Why head to Dallas in the middle of winter? For ART of course!

I love modern art and the museums that house its pieces. Art and Architecture are like peanut butter and jelly; they’re better together. If you’ve ever been to The Tate Museum in London, the MoMA in New York, the Broad in LA, The MACBA in Barcelona, or the Centre Pompidou…well, these buildings are works of art on their own! When you have the pleasure of visiting these modern art museums, you’ll be swallowed by clean lines, minimalist design, and vast galleries that display some of the most creative and colourful work. Continue reading “48 Hours in Dallas”