Color slides were once the state of the art in family photography — vibrant, immersive, ubiquitous. So ubiquitous, in fact, that millions, maybe billions of them survive. This week it’s a conversation with midcentury pop culture expert Charles Phoenix: What can we learn from the vast shadow world of orphaned slides about the way we used to live in our homes?
- “Leaves In The Pool,” by Podington Bear
- “Diamond Bossa Nova,” by Francesco de Masi
- “Clog Dance,” by Dick Walter
- “Spills,” by Blue Dot Sessions
- “Kingbeat 9,” by Podington Bear