Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
Installation CBK Amsterdam, 2011

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
Installation CBK Amsterdam, 2011

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
Installation CBK Amsterdam, 2011

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
Installation Amstelveen, 2012

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
Installation Amstelveen, 2012

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
Installation Amstelveen, 2012

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
CBK Emmen, 2013

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
CBK Emmen, 2013

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
Installation 2 Museum Valkhof, 2012

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
Installation 2 Museum Valkhof, 2012

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen multiples installation
Installation 2 Museum Valkhof, 2012

In an act of patience and precision that boggles the mind, Dutch artist Suzan Drummen creates sparkling floor installations using an array of individually placed mirrors, crystals, chromed metal, optical glass and precious stones. That’s right, the thousands of objects in each of her artworks are placed and stacked by hand and sit completely loose during the exhibition.

The fractal-like patterns in each installation form a sort of temporary 3D carpet that alters the space in which its installed by reflecting light in all directions. But even the slightest disturbance, an accidental step or dropped object, could send pieces from the unprotected installation flying, a true testament to the artist’s trust in the viewer. (via Lustik)