Monday, 23 April 2012

"Plato’s Dichotomy: Collapsed Space, 2008, uses eight layers of intricately cut drywall, honeycomb panels, and mirrors to create the impression of a deep space into which viewers can look and feel lost.  Drywall, the ubiquitous boundary between the occupiable and unoccupiable spaces, is recruited to create a disorienting space, within which a viewer finds herself only upon noticing her reflection in an obscured mirror." 

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