‘Four Scenes’ at E.R. Butler & Co / New York 2017

Street view of four shop windows illuminated at night. Pelle’s fixtures illuminate each window, with each window having a different fixture and theme.
A pair of Pelle’s Lure pendants hang in a moody vignette of moss covered branches with a solemn garden statue below.
Pelle’s Painted Palm X-Tall Bubble chandelier hangs in a conservatory-inspired vignette.
Pelle’s Pris Blaze chandelier and Pris table lamp are placed in a Dune-inspired vignette with undulating piles of sand and warm lighting.
Pelle’s Dark Moon sconce and Silver Veil table lamp are placed in a city-inspired vignette with tall stacks of paper that mimic skyscrapers.
Pelle’s Pris table lamp sits in a pile of warm sand next to several tiny figures, creating a Dune-inspired vignette that plays on ideas of scale.
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Pelle exhibited four scenes inspired by four films inside the four glass vitrines of E.R. Butler & Co.’s Soho showroom.

Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil
Window One brings the drama of the American south with the display of its poetic symbols, such as the white magnolia and features the Lure Pendants

Angels & Insects
Window Two is a tropical conservatory where a Victorian naturalist obsesses over butterflies and other beautiful creatures and features the hand-painted Palm Bubble Chandelier.

Window Three is set in the distant future where the universe battles for control of an extremely harsh desert planet. Featuring the Pris Table Lamp and Pris Blaze.

Wall Street
Window Four takes place downtown where the soaring corporate ambition of the city intertwines with its architectural archetypes. Featuring the Dark Moon Sconce and Silver Veil Lamp, collaborative works with Erie Basin.

Exhibition ran from August 15th through September 30th, 2017.