A Mirrored Fence to Reflect the Landscape

Spring is definitely coming —we just saw some hopeful shoots coming up in the park — and we’re more than ready for warm weather and enjoying the outdoors NOT all bundled up.  Alison Schotz‘ ‘Mirror Fence” installation at Storm King fuels that dream: a picket fence that mirrors whatever is around it.

Although we don’t know the actual practical reality of a mirrored fence, we love the beauty reflected here.

Jeremy L. Thompson

Jeremy L. Thompson

Jeremy L. Thompson

Jeremy L. Thompson

via Design Boom

4 Responses to A Mirrored Fence to Reflect the Landscape

  1. RC 03.20.2014 at 6:32pm #

    The mirrored fence looks cool but optical illusions like this are deadly for birds, who, mistaking them for open air, fly into them and are injured or die. In a world where we are losing species left and right thanks to human behavior, we can’t afford “art” that harms living creatures.

  2. Sally 03.24.2014 at 1:38pm #

    Thanks, I hadn’t thought of that. That well could be. So we’ll take the work for what it is: a one-off artwork….

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