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‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Replica: Journey Inside Kubrick’s Ethereal Bedroom in New Art Installation

‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Replica: Journey Inside Kubrick’s Ethereal Bedroom in New Art Installation

My God, it’s full of chairs. Devoted fans of Stanley Kubrick in general and “2001: A Space Odyssey” in particular may want to consider a pilgrimage to the 14th Factory, an abandoned jail in Los Angeles that British artist Simon Birch has turned into a series of micro-exhibitions, perhaps the most exciting of which is an exact replica of the bedroom that appears at the end of Kubrick’s sci-fi benchmark.

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That’s notable in part because Kubrick was known to destroy the materials used in his films. Speaking to the South China Morning Post, the Hong Kong–based Birch explains that he and architect Paul Kember “always wanted to reference the film producer and director Stanley Kubrick in the show and then I thought, ‘Why not do something more blatant

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