floating water installation by martin leveque plays with viewer's perspective

Martin leveque’s sanctuaire plays with light, water and mirror reflections to create a paradoxical experience and momentarily alter the reality of the spectator. the analog installation comprises a 45-degree mirror, cut in an anamorphic way to appear as a perfect circle of floating water from the viewer’s perspective.

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First presented during mutek mx festival, the installation reflects martin leveque’s relationship with Mexico city, a place of chaotic and powerful energy that acts as a never-ending source of inspiration for the artist. a visual manifestation of that energy, the piece levitates above people’s heads, reflecting water and light in an attempt to offer visitors a momentarily escape from the monotonous rituals of everyday life. 

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