palasee I

mirror, silk, wood,500×500×500cm,2016

The installation blocks the left and right entrances of the Dacheng Gate, therefore redirecting visitors towards the middle stairs. As soon as they arrive at the top of the stairs, there is a written explanation of the meaning behind the gate. the installation is not just a route guiding device, but also a tool of reflection. 100 mirrored, stainless steel blocks are stacked on top of each other, turning in different directions, reflecting each corner of the palace. The same architectural style creates an optical illusion, forcing people pay more attention to the details of the building.