Maybe the distorted reflection is all I will ever see    Min sang CHO worked with Applelec to present The Ribbon within a mirrored enclosure at Tent London. The mirrors are etched and segmented with the intention of disrupting and distorting the organic nature of The Ribbon. Producing a confusing portrait that Min sang CHO hoped would spark   joyful illusion in the viewer, the twisting   reflection of The Ribbon is endlessly repeated in the fragmented mirrors.    

Maybe the distorted reflection is all I will ever see

Min sang CHO worked with Applelec to present The Ribbon within a mirrored enclosure at Tent London. The mirrors are etched and segmented with the intention of disrupting and distorting the organic nature of The Ribbon. Producing a confusing portrait that Min sang CHO hoped would spark joyful illusion in the viewer, the twisting reflection of The Ribbon is endlessly repeated in the fragmented mirrors.

 

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   Maybe the distorted reflection is all I will ever see    The exhibition is presented at Tent London during London Design Week 2016.  The installation is sponsored by Applec and exhibited together with Arup and lighting design international.

Maybe the distorted reflection is all I will ever see

The exhibition is presented at Tent London during London Design Week 2016.

The installation is sponsored by Applec and exhibited together with Arup and lighting design international.

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