Light and Mirror Infinity Illusion


Art Miami kicked off last night with their VIP preview. We were lucky enough to attend and wanted to report back on a few key pieces that blew our minds. First up is Korean-born artist Chul Hyun Ahn’s Visual Echo Experiment. This amazing work is made up of four equal cubes, each lit up in a different color. Using just three materials – plywood, lights and mirrors – Ahn creates an amazing illusion that makes you feel as if you are looking into a never ending abyss.

Grimaldis Gallery represents Ahn and had this say about his piece, “Ahn entices the viewer to look deeply into his frame of environments. His works create an optical and bodily illusion of infinity through apparent limitless space.”





You can catch this and much more at Art Miami from November 30 to December 4.

Chul Hyun Ahn at Grimaldis Gallery website

Photo credit: Sam Yoo





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