Japanese installation becomes a part of the collection

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VILLUM Window Collection has acquired the art installation ”You would come back there to see me again the following day” by the Japanese artist Tsuda Michiko.

The interactive installation consists of hanging window frames with mirrors and screens reflect images of exhibition guests, creating awareness of
our behaviour around the window. We look in and out through the window, see our own reflection mirrored, observe other people and are possibly observed by others.

By projecting images into unexpected places, the piece is designed to alter the perception of space and create a labyrinthine visual experience.

The artist Tsuda Michiko works with installation, performance and video mainly focusing on the perception of time and space.  

The art installation was displayed in connection with the Japanese exhibition "Windowology: New Architectual Views from Japan".