Alex Da Corte on Dinner Guests:
"[A] couple years ago I was at a show in the suburbs of Detroit and this young artist Zach Kolo had made a series of photographs based on the 2016 presidential debates between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. On the night these debates aired, it seemed as though everyone was watching, so he walked through his town and photographed viewers through their windows, turning them into these glossy, shitty pictures. Looking at the silhouette of someone’s head through a window watching this blurry TV screen of two people arguing was infinitely captivating, immanent, and very relatable. I think in a lot of ways this show is indebted to that person and those photos..."
From Vice News interview "Alex Da Corte's Neon Ghost House Is the Stuff of Dreams—And Nightmares"