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Less ego wall, 2015 - Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, 2016 - Photo: Hyunsoo Kim
Less ego wall, 2015
Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, 2016
Photo: Hyunsoo Kim
Less ego wall, 2015 - Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, 2016 - Photo: Hyunsoo Kim
Less ego wall, 2015
Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, 2016
Photo: Hyunsoo Kim
Less ego wall, 2015 - Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, 2016 - Photo: Hyunsoo Kim
Less ego wall, 2015
Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, 2016
Photo: Hyunsoo Kim
Less ego wall, 2015 - Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, 2016 - Photo: Hyunsoo Kim
Less ego wall, 2015
Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, 2016
Photo: Hyunsoo Kim
Less ego wall, 2015 - Moderna Museet, Stockholm 2015 - Photo: Anders Sune Berg
Less ego wall, 2015
Moderna Museet, Stockholm 2015
Photo: Anders Sune Berg
Less ego wall, 2015 - Moderna Museet, Stockholm 2015 - Photo: Anders Sune Berg
Less ego wall, 2015
Moderna Museet, Stockholm 2015
Photo: Anders Sune Berg
Less ego wall, 2015 - Moderna Museet, Stockholm 2015 - Photo: Anders Sune Berg
Less ego wall, 2015
Moderna Museet, Stockholm 2015
Photo: Anders Sune Berg
Installation view of Less ego wall, 2015 and Your solar nebula, 2015 - Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Türkiye – 2024 - Photo: Kayhan Kaygusuz
Installation view of Less ego wall, 2015 and Your solar nebula, 2015
Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Türkiye – 2024
Photo: Kayhan Kaygusuz
Installation view of Less ego wall, 2015 and The critical zone sphere, 2020 - Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Türkiye – 2024 - Photo: Kayhan Kaygusuz
Installation view of Less ego wall, 2015 and The critical zone sphere, 2020
Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Türkiye – 2024
Photo: Kayhan Kaygusuz
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A mirror-clad wall divides two spaces of the museum from one another. The wall is composed of stackable, stainless-steel cubic modules that were developed as part of ongoing research at Studio Olafur Eliasson into complex geometry and space-filling modules. Diamond-shaped mirror panels clad the exterior of the structure while leaving gaps between the modules. Through the gaps, viewers can see into the wall, where further mirrors create complex arrangements of nested triangular reflections. The repeating patterns blur the distinctions between inside and out, what is in front of the wall and what is behind it, and between viewer and object.