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With "Glimpse", her mirror in the form of a half-open door, Sarah Tamala Kang invites us to see through walls and to cross the impassable. A poetic object, between art and design.

Imagined by Sarah Tamala Kang, a student at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena - California, "Glimpse" is a mirror 196 centimeters high by 91 centimeters wide. Leaning against a wall, a green wall or any other vertical support, it will give the illusion that a door is half open. A way of taking oneself for Superman or Marcel Aymé's Dutilleul, for a few moments at least.



To learn more about this project on the work of Sarah Tamala Kang, visit its website.

Source: Sarahdayo

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