Jeppe Hein's 'Triangular Water Pavilion' allows viewers to literally step into his latest creation. The Danish artist has mastered an interactive approach as his pieces deliberately engage the senses of his observers, and the Pavilion keeps up with his distinctive brand.
The droplets that flows through the Triangular Water Pavilion shuts off when one approaches the structure. Once inside the prism, it turns on again, thus trapping individuals in a liquid whirlwind. The entire experience is reflected in Hein's vast collection of mirrors, enabling one to visually take in the entire performance.
The interchanges that Hein's has staged with his followers make his designs all the more memorable, bringing about a series of events in place of mere mental images.
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