Gowanus Lounge: Serving Brooklyn

"Virtual Tour" of a Brooklyn Apartment

August 31st, 2006 · 1 Comment


Our friends at Poland Korea Relations — the Polish guy and his Korean girlfriend that periodically produce urban life videos and postings from an interesting perspective — are at it again with a “virtual tour” of their Brooklyn apartment. You can see it by clicking on over to polandkorearelations or go directly to it by clicking this link.

Let’s go to the words:

I am subletting this apartment from a 79 year old Polish man who is away in Poland. This apartment has not been renovated in 40 years and some of its fixtures may even be a hundred years old. For instance, my bathtub is right in my kitchen, right next to the door to the apartment. Everything else is very old too, including the antique furniture and the stove. This is just a very dingy place and it’s so hard to keep clean since it looks dirty to begin with.

But anyways, I love this apartment, and I decided to make a virtual tour/walkthrough of it so you too can experience it. This “Brooklyn Apartment” is a drama art-piece. In each episode there will be more places to explore starting from my apartment, and more scenes which will clue you in to the unfolding story. Watch the drama unfold in this one of a kind interactive art piece. Next episode is coming on October 1st.

Why so long, we don’t know.

Question of the day: Do they live like this? Or is it part of the “interactive art piece”?

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1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Anonymous // Sep 5, 2006 at 7:51 am

    the mess is part of the art work:)