Posts Tagged ‘Art in Moscow’
What you are really seeing when you look at this pixel-like installation by of Stephane Malka are thousands of different size cardboard boxes glued together, then painted a pristine pale grey to sweet perfection. Malka designed the space for Moscow’s International Biennale For Young Art.
On one side of the room is a wall made of mirror, which endlessly reflects the boxes. There is no rhyme or reason to the box positions, there is no pattern, but the instillation as a whole creates a world of texture and depth.