Mind the Gap

August 1, 2009

Three-dimensional acrylic wallpaper

Mind the Gap is an interconnected network of acrylic hexagonal boxes and strips applied in varying densities. Designer Ane Lykke uses these boxes as bricks to construct custom walls with specific depths and perspectives. The parallel layers and reflections on the acrylic surfaces create optical illusions in which the strips appear to move depending at the viewer’s position and proximity to the wall. Therefore, light and the movement of the spectator “alter” the pattern of the wall, conjuring a living, vibrating surface.

Contact: Ane Lykke, Copenhagen, Denmark.

For more information, see Transmaterial 2: A Catalog of Materials That Redefine our Physical Environment

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