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Bisected Triangle, Interior Curve

2002

Vidro espelhado e aço inoxidável

Bisected Triangle, Interior Curve, 2002, Dan Graham
Dan Graham, Bisected Triangle, Interior Curve, 2002, two-way mirrored glass and stainless steel, 220x713x504 cm. Photo: Pedro Motta
Bisected Triangle, Interior Curve, 2002, Dan Graham
Dan Graham, Bisected Triangle, Interior Curve, 2002, [bird’s eye view]. Photo: Brendon Campos

Bisected Triangle, Interior Curve (2002) is part of the Pavilion series made by Dan Graham since the late 1970s. They are works that place themselves in between architecture, sculpture, and site-specific by investigating the relationship between architectural environments and those who inhabit them. In these structures, mirrors of simple and often curved shapes provoke distorted reflections.

The glasses blend the perception around what is inside and what is outside, confusing the boundaries of the space. Such disorientation is intensified in outdoor pieces due to the changing light during the day, as is the case at Instituto Inhotim.

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