33-D by Sarah Oppenheimer is a dynamic installation piece that is being exhibited at the Kunsthaus Baselland gallery. The angular installation 'reconfigures the gallery's structural grid and extends through the room with the intention of manipulating its spatial properties'.
The art piece is made up of geometric panels that are mounted at a 45 degree angle. Its two oversized panes of glass incline towards the Kunsthaus Baselland gallery's outdoor facade and appear to form a maze-like threshold through its interior.
Sarah Oppenheimer's 33-D installation also doubles as a projection surface and features a partially mirrored and transparent materiality. This reflective art piece plays with a viewer's perception and invites visitors to pass through it despite of its solid physical properties.
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