Reflective glass tetrahedrons occupy the ceiling and are illuminated by suspended oil lamps. The reflection of the flame is multiplied and amplified by the convex and concave glass surfaces of the tetrahedrons. On the floor, two three-legged stainless steel stools, equipped with a telescopic (extendable) legs, move around, their top surface comprising flexible reflective glass lenses. These lenses reduce and multiply the ceiling into each lens, thereby creating a pool that the viewer can touch and affect.
Year: 2013
Dimensions: 20′ L × 12’W x 12′ H.
Media: mirrorized convex and concave glass, stainless steel, silicone, oil lamps.
Installation site showing stools and ceiling.
(R). Ceiling seen from below, (L). Detail showing oil lamp containers