mirror, light, cloth, water, latex paint, and wood
274 x 305 x 488
Ad infinitum is a work on using optical illusions in simulating an infinite space. The first space of the installation are two mirrors facing each other where the viewer sees his/her image being infinitely reflected along with the space. Entering the second space is a room that seem to be infinite–without reflecting viewer. This optical illusion is called infinity mirrors which is achieved by making a structure from regular mirrors in parallel with two-way mirrors.
Enter the virtual infinite-space room here.