Editor’s pickThis framed mirror explores the relationship between man and space
Framed with pear wood, the mirror, flexible enough to be either two dimensional, or moved about to be three dimensional, creates space with its six sides when assembled freely.
An important element in its design is the movements and actions of the people surrounding it. With the sections of the mirror prismatic rather than square, the torsional feeling of the lines are enhanced, and pseudoblepsia, increased.
Designer: Li Xiaoming
Time of completion: 2018
Photographer: Jin Weiqi