Spatial Anisotropy

Photo credits © Odile Decq


The spatial anisotropy is spatial dilatation that creates a repulsion and a contraction of the space. When an interaction appears, there is a transformation of the local geometry.

In our installation, we play with the looking glass walls to give the visitor an experience of disorientation in geometrical spaces. Every space is similar to the other and every one is unique.

On this way through the spaces, the visitor is constantly facing reflection and illusion in finding his own route.

A sensory experience that aims to create a state of cognitive disability in which time, direction and space become difficult to define.

Paris, France
Competition Winning Project