A mirrored object mounted on the wall rotates slowly around a central axis, reflecting varying light conditions onto the surrounding walls. With each respective movement, the mirrored surfaces reflect sections of the ceiling, floor and walls. As a result, the object creates a disjointed perception of the space, as if the room were perpetually reconstructed by the ever-changing combination of reflected fragments. The abstract composition of line, colour and form is reminiscent of the view through kaleidoscope.
Material: mirror, technical apparatus
Dimensions: 141 x 141 x 43 cm
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The world was flat, Bildmuseet Umeå University, Umeå, SE, 2015
The world was flat, MAZ Museo de Arte de Zapotan, Mexico, MX, 2016
Ways of Seeing, ARTER Space for art, Istanbul, TR, 2017