Seeing spheres, 2019, consists of five five-metre-tall polished hydroformed steel spheres that stand in a circle around a central space. Each sphere supports a flat, circular mirror, framed by a ring of LEDs, which is oriented inwards to face the mirrors of the surrounding spheres. Together they produce a surprising environment of multilayered, reflected spaces in which the same people and settings appear again and again, visible from various unexpected angles. Tunnel-like sets of nested reflections open up in the mirrors, repeating countless times and disappearing into the distance.
|Stainless steel, glass, silver, fiberglass, LEDs|