A mirrored balloon hangs from the ceiling above people’s heads, subtly moving with the circulation of air. Due to its shape and reflective surface, the balloon produces a distorted perspective of the surrounding space, similar to a fish-eye view. Only the roof seems to prevent the balloon from soaring into the air and expanding the reflection to the infinite.
Materials: glass fiber reinforced plastic, chrome lacquer, magnet, string
Dimensions: 40 x 26 x 26 cm
A Smile For You, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, SE, 2013
Jorn-Familien, Gimsinghoved Kunst-og Kulturcenter, Struer, DK, 2014