The interior of a glass house is a very special place.
In a room with no windows, the only sound is the noise of a door opening and closing, or the sounds of someone pushing a key in and out.
The only sound we hear is our own heartbeat.
There are no mirrors or screens, just our own eyes, nose and ears.
That’s the experience of living inside a Glass House, which is the latest exhibition by New York City artist Laura Zuccarello, whose work has appeared at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and other galleries around the world.
She’s also known for her glass sculptures and installations at galleries around New York, including her recently completed New York Glass House.
In the exhibition, she opens a door to a glass room, and she reveals the most intimate moments of her work to a group of guests.
We are the people who are inside that room, Zuccearo told me in an interview at the museum.
We’ve all been inside a room.
We’re just trying to figure out what that moment is.
For the past five years, she’s been living in a glass home in Brooklyn, a space she calls Glass House #3.
It’s a small, intimate space, made from a sheet of Plexiglas.
The house’s purpose is to house her family, but the house is also her personal art project, which Zuccerello said was a way of expressing her love for glass.
Glass Houses are very specific.
It was really a conscious choice to make a home that I wanted to feel as if I was inside that house, which I would feel as the house.
And it was also to me as a way to make the glass house, the house that I love to live in, feel like home.
Glass House is a project about glass and its place in modern life.
Zuccrello said Glass Houses were inspired by her mother, who lived in a large house in a house she designed herself.
Glass houses were originally designed by artists like Charles Eames and Robert Capa, but they were never widely adopted because people felt they were too expensive.
Zucarello said the idea to build a glasshouse came to her after she watched her mother get sick in hospital and was unable to leave the house because she had to work at the hospital.
The glass house was also inspired by a different woman, whose glass house Zuccorello said she had lived in for a long time.
It had a very different aesthetic, Zucarrello said.
When I saw that woman’s house, I wanted a place to do that glass house.
So I did a bit of research.
And then I came to the realization that this is where the glass has to go, so I decided to call it Glass House 3.
This is where we live.
I want it to be like a glass sculpture.
I’m going to have a glass wall, I’m not going to let it come down.
This house is going to feel like a house.
It feels like this.
I am going to do my glass house for you, Zuca said to her guests.
The guests are in a tiny room in Glass House 2, and they’re just going to sit there, just waiting for you to come in.
You will come in, you will have a place in your life where you will feel like you’re inside a home, Zuckerman said.
The show is called Glass Houses, and Zuccariello told me it’s an important project for the city, for the artist community, and for the Glass House movement, which seeks to build more community and spaces where glass is welcomed and celebrated.
Glasshouses are not just about the glass inside.
Glass is a part of our everyday lives, she said.
Glass can be the source of inspiration, but glass is not the only source of glass.
There is a big glass industry, and we need people to understand how that glass industry can be an economic engine for the communities around the country.
The exhibit opens March 12 at the Metropolitan Museum, and the Glass Houses exhibition is scheduled to run through May 18.
The museum is also hosting an open house for the public on Thursday, May 22, from 1 to 5 p.m.
The Glass Houses will be on display through April 30.