Fold I, II, III an IV Two square mirrors with four subtle folds are mounted on the wall. The artworks alludes to the Kawasaki theorem about the mathematics of paper folding, which determines whether a crease pattern with a single vertex can be folded to create a flat form. Transferred from paper to mirror, a series of uniquely folded mirrors emerges, appearing flat at first sight and revealing their sculptural character only upon closer inspection. The multifaceted reflections produce a fragmented view of the surrounding and enable the viewer to look at different parts of the space at the same time. When viewed from a closer vantage point, the mirror presents either partial or multiple reflections, sometimes making the viewer disappear completely.

Year: 2014
Materials: High polished stainless steel (super mirror)
Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 2 cm each

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