Three pairs of rectangular mirrors, connected to each other at angles of 30°, 60° and 120°, are arranged side by side. Whereas the mirrors simply reflect the opposite space and the visitors when viewed from the side, an interesting optical phenomenon occurs when the installation is viewed from the front. The different angles cause a double reflection, as each of the two mirrors reflects not only the location but also the other mirror. The widths become extended, seeming to continue on the other side; hence, appearing to the viewer as a mirrored cross rather than a mirrored corner. Outlines and angles are displaced to give the viewer an ambiguous sense of space.
Materials: aluminium, high polished steel (super mirror)
Dimensions: 3 pairs, each: 220 x 100 x 100 cm