Reflection
  • Art Installation
  • Completed
  • Ho Chi Minh City (2017-2018)

In a dual process of research and development French artist and designer Laurent Barnavon produced “Reflection” an installation combining techniques of origami and kirigami. The laser-cut reflective Inox simultaneously reproduces and alters the surrounding space representing the dual sense of the word. The fragmentation of the image becomes sparkling movement, a disjointed copy of the

In a dual process of research and development French artist and designer Laurent Barnavon produced “Reflection” an installation combining techniques of origami and kirigami.

The laser-cut reflective Inox simultaneously reproduces and alters the surrounding space representing the dual sense of the word. The fragmentation of the image becomes sparkling movement, a disjointed copy of the surrounding architectural elements, whilst an introspection is simultaneously produce by this same effect. The viewer is called upon to interpret and reorganise, their personal perspective becomes central to the work.

Here an interesting discussion is offered between G8A’s architectural design “Jungle Station” and Barnavon’s “Reflection” as one of G8A’s directions for the building design was to open a verticality to the predominantly horizontal structure. Beginning and completing the perspective with these feature walls both opens and concludes this architectural dialogue.

  • ClientToong
  • ProgramArt Installation
  • StatusCompleted
  • PhotoTran Nhat Quang
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