The Stockholm based artistic duo Bigert & Bergström explores a unique type of spatial representation in the installation, “Inverted Space Molecules.” Using digital panoramic stitching, the artists wrap photographs around internally-lit spherical objects. By interconnecting the photo globes, a molecular-like structure is created which allows viewers to experience a space turned inside out.
From the Bigert & Bergström website, “Exploring the expression of spatial representation “Inverted Space Molecules” thus links the spaces where nature and man converge, with the molecular structures of nature itself. Through their conjoined structure they create a multilayered view of spaces that reflect our position, sandwiched between nature and technology.”
Read more about the project here.
If you like this work, check out Erin O’Keefe’s work which I posted about in: “Erin O’Keefe saves a place for her memories.”