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Penultimate Curving Pavilion

Artist

Daniel Graham

Collection
OAC Percent for Art
Description:

"Penultimate Curving Pavilion" is a bisected teardrop shaped structure built of steel and two-way mirror glass, about 25 feet from point to curved end. It is an open, free-standing participatory structure for indorr and outdoor settings. Visitors can enter in two places where there are gaps in the exterior walls... Read more

"Penultimate Curving Pavilion" is a bisected teardrop shaped structure built of steel and two-way mirror glass, about 25 feet from point to curved end. It is an open, free-standing participatory structure for indorr and outdoor settings. Visitors can enter in two places where there are gaps in the exterior walls. The visitors looking at and through the structure, their imagery appears to change shape, because the glass is both transparent and reflective. The curved walls send back funhouse-style reflections, creating a new perspective on the built environment.

Dates

Made: Dec 08, 2012

Additional Notes

Jennings Hall

Media
Categories
Landscape Installation
Address:

332 West 12th Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43210
Franklin County

Materials

Two way mirror glass and steel

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