The director of the Creatives Agency turns her home into a live-in installation.

Like a beacon high above the streets of Manhattan, the apartment-turned-art show So So, Incredibly Beautiful glows through its panoramic windows from the 42nd floor. Susi Kenna, with the help of The Creatives Agency, of which she is a founding member and director, put her whole life in storage to transform where she lives into a live-in art installation for 6 months. To her knowledge, she is the first person to transform her home in this way for an extended period of time. Housing the work of two artist friends, Carlos Charlie Perez and Julio Cesar Gonzalez each room is alive with the electricity of 50+ works that range from kinetic sculptures to photographs, paintings, video and even rugs and wallpaper.

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