Superficial

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Born in Montreal, Michel de Broin is a sculptor who experiments with the notion of transparency. This idea led him to the forest of Alsace (France) to create ‘Superficial’: the contour of a large stone enveloped with large pieces of mirrors. The large stone, placed deep in the woods, becomes a reflective surface for its surroundings, disappearing beautifully with its radiance.

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Via NotCot.org

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One response to “Superficial

  1. Seems like an ice in the middle of the forest, or in chocolate powder. It’s beautiful…

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