Triptych Steel Mirror

by Lou van 't Riet Belgium

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Belgian designer, Lou van ‘t Riet’s Triptych stainless steel mirror redefines visual compositions with each activation. Adjusting one side of the mirrors initiates a transformation, revealing varied combinations through the appearance or disappearance of shapes and colors. Whether partially or fully open, these mirrors unveil multiple minimalist and neo-industrial viewpoints.

When totally closed = H 75 x L 50 x D 10 cm
When totally open = H 110 x L 50 x D 10 cm

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Lou van ’t Riet grew up in Brussels where she studied design and architecture before leaving for her MFA in New York. Seduced by the city she will carry on living there till 2017, working for the Chamber Gallery and for the multidisciplinary artist Katie Stout. Through her creations Lou invites the viewer to become an active part of the work by manipulating it. Her wall sculptures create different visual compositions each time they are activated. By opening or closing a side the viewer will choose his variant in the geometrical and visual configuration. May the triptychs be closed, completely or partially opened they are an invitation to contemplation.
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