A mirror circle is mounted on the wall, revolving slowly around its centre point. The reflecting surface consists of fragmented pieces mirroring both the viewer and the surrounding in an unfamiliar manner. The fragmentation and the rotational movement of the sculpture create a disjointed perception of the space, as if the room is reconstructed by the combination of reflected fragments. The abstract composition of line, colour and form is reminiscent of the view through kaleidoscope.
Material: Powder-coated aluminium, two-way mirror, mirrors, paraffin oil, fiberglass wick
Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 17 cm
Exhibition: Nothing is at it appears, KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin, DE, 2020