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Inside the horizon, 2014, 2015

built spaces


seeing differently

In this permanent installation at the Frank Gehry-designed Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, a sequence of forty-three triangular columns runs the length of the colonnade along the museum’s subterranean grotto; two sides of each column are clad in mirrors, while the third is made of yellow glass tiles and illuminated from within. The columns, each with different dimensions and placed at a different angle, form a symmetrical arrangement that spreads out from the central column. As visitors move through the work, the play of reflections between the mirrors creates a kaleidoscopic effect that dematerializes the surroundings.