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Folded Skies installation mimics the light created by Johannesburg’s mine dust

Katie de Klee: de Zeen

Large-scale coloured mirrors recreate the iridescent beauty of Johannesburg’s toxic sunsets in this installation by architecture studio Counterspace.

Called Folded Skies, the sculpture is formed of three structures made of interlocking two-metre-high mirrors, tinted to match the light created by the pollution in the city’s mine dumps.

It is installed at the Spier Wine Estate in Stellenbosch as part of the Spier Light Art Festival, on show from 8 December 2018 to 30 January 2019. …Read More

 

 

2019-01-07T05:26:07+00:00