26 Sep LA COLECCIÓN JUMEX
DAN GRAHAM (United States, 1942)
GROOVY SPIRAL, 2013
Two-way mirror, stainless steel
“My pavilions are always a kind of two-way mirror, which is both transparent and reflective simultaneously, and it changes as the sunlight changes. This relates to the changing landscape, but it also means that people on the inside and on the outside have views of each other superimposed, as each gaze at the other and at the material. It’s intersubjective.”
Dan Graham’s pavilions are half way between design, art and functional architecture; they are built to create tangible experiences for the public. These works play with perspective and may even disorient the viewer, in a bid to question our everyday perception of spaces.