A public work which encouraged passersby to observe the place in front of The Royal Library in Copenhagen, through a 100 meter long line of mirror which was mounted along the waterfront of Søren Kierkegaards Plads. The mirror sheets were mounted with a slight angle so as to accentuate the reflection of the sky, especially when viewed from a distance. As weather and light conditions shifted, the reflecting line emphasized the ever-changing surrounding environment and its inextricable relationship to time.
Hotel Pro Forma, The Royal Danish Library
33 acrylic mirror sheets (app. 3000 mm x 150 mm), plastic wedges, glue