Tin and stainless steel, collaboration with Magenta Workshop
A hexagonal optical device that extends along its length and contains mirrors and replicates the world view into symmetrical fragments. The kaleidoscope can be looked at through both of its wide and narrow edges. The result is spectacular, yet it goes against the logic of the 3D world: the surface is broken apart and replicated only to reappear unexpectedly. Thus creating a synthesis that connects the familiar to the torn, and questions perception, understanding, and interpretation.