28 Sep '15, 8am

Enchanting Mise-en-abyme swallows visitors into a colorful abyss

The immersive installation invites visitors to walk through the tunnel, which appears to look deeper and longer than it actually is. The designers achieve the exaggerated depth by cutting irregularly sized openings into the panels that gradually become smaller towards the end of the bridge. The acrylic sheets are tinted with different hues and overlap so that the tunnel appears steadily darker along the route. The changing sense of perspective is strengthened by the custom tiles that create a gradation of color along the gridded floor, transitioning from light to dark blue at the end of the tunnel.

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