Me and the surroundings

A mirror circle is mounted on the wall, revolving slowly around its centre point. The reflecting surface is uniform at the centre, but breaks down in a gradient of fragmented pieces as it approaches the outer edge. Its appearance thus resembles a frequency wave—starting calm at the centre, it then becomes more intense before calming down at the circumference. The mirror reflects both the viewer and the surroundings as its rotational movement and fragmented edges challenge the viewer’s perception of the space.

Year: 2013

Materials: high polished stainless steel, motor, powder-coated steel,transformers

Dimensions: ø 145 x 13 cm