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The round corner, 2018
Eliasson works with mirrors to open up virtual expanses within the physical space. These works frequently employ forms that, when seen together with their reflections, produce the illusion of single objects that appear to traverse the boundary between the actual world and the mirror-world, giving rise to the impression of a single continuous space. Together, the works form a progression of ellipses that increasingly diverge from circular, creating the impression of a set of rotating discs.
|The round corner|
|Laminated coloured glass (red), stainless steel, aluminium|