Coachella’s Mirrored Blocks Put A Modern Twist On Stonehenge [Pics]

Coachella’s Mirrored Blocks Put A Modern Twist On Stonehenge [Pics]
Design

Reflection Field is a light installation that transitions from mirrors to computer-programmed LEDs.

Tiffany Nesbit
  • 23 april 2014

We first took note of California-based artist Phillip K. Smith III’s innovative use of mirrors in his project from last year, a wooden shack named Lucid Stead covered in mirrored panels that helped the structure disappear from view. The result had the feel of an optical illusion, with the surrounding desert appearing to cut through the building. This project rightfully garnered Smith much acclaim, but his latest project wows us just the same.

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