At the time, I was influenced by a book called The Shape of Crowds written by a famous Vietnamese psychiatrist. I liked the idea that crowds have a certain shape.
It was a deep, electrifying, explicit connection that flowed through the room. It was a feeling of liberation, euphoria, stimulating every last nerve and every fiber in a tantalizing convulsion of two bodies enveloped in animalistic intimacy.
Musée's Creative Director Sam Shahid will be publishing a book of his own work in an effort to raise funds for ACRIA, a leading non-profit and community-based organization devoted to HIV prevention and care.
Musée talks to founder and photographer Kate Orne
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t’s something that we’ve always responded to; large scale, large volumes, and even loud music. It’s just something that we like, that feeling of being overwhelmed.
Musée talks to founder and photographer Chris Kovacs
They were swaying, no not swaying, fucking. There was nothing gentle about it, no other way to phrase it.
When I gaze through the camera, I try to think like a painter and consider every aspect of the composition – the colors and textures of the fabrics, the value contrasts of the lighting, the position of the objects and characters, and the dynamic between the figure and ground.