The Festival of Disruption is a music, art, and film festival curated by David Lynch. As part of the festivities, Polaroid Originals partnered up with the David Lynch Foundation to present a creative reproduction of the iconic Red Room portrayed in Lynch’s pioneering television series, Twin Peaks. Festival goers were able to take photos in a reproduction of the red curtain encased set on the unforgettable chevron patterned floor while sitting in the original chairs used in filming. Participants received one unique print shot of their visit to The Red Room using the new Polaroid OneStep 2 instant analog camera, courtesy of Polaroid. Curatorial expert Nathaly Charria was brought on board to steer the project’s creative reproduction for Polaroid and the David Lynch Foundation.
In addition to the Red Room recreation, Charria created an 8x10 Polaroid gallery space to exhibit Duochrome Polaroids shot by David Lynch on the set of Twin Peaks, 2016.