Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson may be best known for his expansive installations that encompass entire rooms, but his smaller-scale works are just as compelling. The artist, who is based in Copenhagen and Berlin, often uses mirrors, tinted glass, stainless steel frames, and lightbulbs to create spectacular kaleidoscopic works that transform spaces into illuminated, multicolored realms of beauty. Lit from within, Eliasson's geometric lamps project dazzling hues and patterns on the surrounding walls, ceiling and floor, immersing the viewer in a light-filled world as celestial and fantastical as the vast universe.
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