photographic installation, wall with projecting corner, two inkjet transparencies
in custom-angled lightboxes, both 118 × 113 cm
After entering a darkened space, the viewer encounters an image of a glass façade. Moving further into the space, the second image reveals itself depicting the same façade but with a differently composed reflection. The shape of the lightboxes mimics the perspective created by the camera so that from certain points in the exhibition space the angled lightbox adds pictorial depth to the otherwise ‘flat’ depictions of the façade. The images depict the fragmented reflection of the Atomium on the grounds of the 1958 World Expo in Brussels.