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A mirror in polished steel is folded on the vertical axis to form an angle of 90°. At the center of this dihedral space is a triangular plane in methacrylate, colourless and transparent, moved by an electric motor.
The overall impression is a structure in continuous decomposition and recomposition due to the interaction between the rotating plane and its reflected image.
Strutturazione triangolare (Triangular Structuration)
Strutture di visione, XV Premio Avezzano, Palazzo Torlonia, Rome 1964; Miriorama 14; XXXII Biennale di Venezia, Venice 1964.
Iron, metachrylate, electrical motor