How a Bland Polygon Sculpture Becomes Stunning, Psychedelic Art

This must be what electric sheep dream of.

The contemporary installation Parmenides I by artist Dev Harlan comprises two parts—the wood, foam, and plaster that make up the sculpture itself and the four projectors that generate delicate, albeit visually arresting, patterns on its surface. It is currently part of Harlan's solo exhibition "The Astral Flight Hangar," at the Christopher Henry Gallery in NYC. [FreshHome]


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