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The tetrahedral night, 2017
In this hanging sculpture, four abutting triangles form a tetrahedron. Three of the triangles are made of colour-effect-filter glass, a material that blocks certain wavelengths of light and allows others to pass through it, so that the glass appears to be a different colour depending on the angle at which it is viewed and the lighting conditions. The bottom triangle is a mirror with a circular opening cut out of it. The circle and the joints where the mirrors meet are reflected kaleidoscopically within the form to create complex patterns of shapes and lines. A single light bulb suspended at the centre lights the sculpture from within, casting an explosion of blue, yellow, and pink light around the darkened space.
|The tetrahedral night|
|Colour-effect filter glass (blue), mirror, paint (black), stainless steel, bulb|