Double Mirror by Diane Steverlynck
by Harry / January 23, 2012
From Diane Steverlynck, a mirror that shows two views in one seemingly flat plane.

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Says Steverlynck, "Double is a little oval mirror that creates a face to face of multiple references by a simple technical operation. The bevelling of mirrors is generally used to frame, isolate and close our image. Diane uses bevelling, in contrary, to double our double."


"The front surface is flat and the double reflection is obtained with the cutting work on the other side of the mirror." Created for Ligne Roset. Photos: Frederik Vercruysse.

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