A Perimeter for a Room by Daniel Buren
by Harry / December 23, 2011
Via @designartnews, a colorful artwork that traces a line around the full perimeter of the Lisson Gallery's main space in London (where it's being shown for the first time).


"The horizontal transparent Plexiglas panels coloured with self-adhesive vinyl, lined up sequentially at a set height along the walls, alter our perception of space by introducing a new height within the room and by washing the walls with coloured shadows. While the work uses a familiar vocabulary in Buren's oeuvre: colour, light and black and white 8.7 cm stripes, A Perimeter for a Room defines an entirely new system in its treatment of interior space that opens the way for new developments." More at Daniel Buren.


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