SAM Exhibit: Infinity Mirrors

Here is a series of photos, inside the other small rooms and walking through the exhibit as a whole, that will give you a sense of the experience. The white room with the colored dots in the first pic is the only interactive part — in the rest, we were carefully reminded not to touch anything. But in the white room, each visitor is handed a small sheet with a half dozen dots of different sizes and colors. You get to put your dots anywhere in the room, to fill out the white space. It was a lot of fun.

I don’t know where the exhibit is going from here when it leaves Seattle early in September, but if you have the chance to go, don’t pass it by.

5 thoughts on “SAM Exhibit: Infinity Mirrors

  1. for Phyllis and Katie: It really was fascinating — I’ll go back at least once more. This artist has a very interesting life story — she checked herself into a mental institution several years ago, and lives there today although she comes and goes freely. Her work does conjure up the image of hallucinations, I must say.

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