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The ELKELAND Mobiles Capture Geometric Shapes and Play with Light

 - Jan 21, 2016
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The Mirror Mobiles by Danish designers ELEKLAND play with light and space using subtle and minimalist geometric shapes hanging at different inclines that naturally move to the room's air. The mobile offers a simplistic and continuously changing shape that moves within the space as a sculptural work of art.

The Mirror Mobiles have a contemporary aesthetic that makes use of a double-sided reflective surface bound to brass sticks. The curved shapes of the thin mirror create outlines of half spheres and triangles while simultaneously highlighting the back surroundings. The mirror geometric pieces are attached to a beeswax string and hung from the ceiling. The pieces are intertwined and move to slight changes in the air in a calming and almost hypnotic spin that is sure to entertain viewers gazing at the sculpture.