Meet the sculptor creating otherworldly optical illusions that let you look into infinity
Camille Jodoin-Eng's dazzling work is all about lights, mirrors and floating staircases
Looking into one of Camille Jodoin-Eng's illuminated devices is like peering into an architectural sci-fi abyss. Each sculpture is its own world of glowing symbols and reflections that seem to endlessly expand to infinity. When you see one of her pieces, you can't help but question how these small microcosms made of mirrors, acrylic tubes and lights create artificial dimensions.
In this video, Jodoin-Eng takes us into her Toronto studio to give us a glimpse of how she carefully constructs her works of art, and then invites us into the Gladstone Hotel's Art Hut for an inside look at her exhibition, Plaza.
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