Mirror Fence by Alyson Shotz Reflects the Ever-Changing Landscape
Mar 11, 2014 14:55
Artist Alyson Shotz was commissioned and challenged to design a space divider in Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, USA, so she came up a creative mirror fence.
Shotz' installation is barely noticeable in the summer and winter, but shines some great visual effects in autumn and spring, when the color diversity is at its peak. The unconventional project measures 138 feet x 36 x 4 inches (42.06 m x 91.44 x 10.16 cm), evoking the reflection of space in its continuous conversion.
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