Mirror Installation Distorts Our Relationship With Public Spaces

Mirror Installation Distorts Our Relationship With Public Spaces
Design

Arnaud Luppierre's massive reflective ring installation deconstructs our perception of our surroundings.

Dylan Schenker
  • 29 november 2011

How does the construction of a public space affect how we interact with it? In any space that we inhabit we are, conscious or not, in a dialectic relationship with our surroundings. We navigate a space according to our own intuitive sense of its construction in relation to how much freedom its design allows for us to do that. But what if the structure of a space we were in were suddenly to dissolve or become indeterminate?

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