Mist And Mirrors Create Sunny Halo In London Art Installation


LONDON – London may not be known for great weather, but the artists known as Kimchi and Chips are hoping for sun for their latest installation – a suspended halo shape created with mirrors, mist and natural light.

In the fountain-lined courtyard of London’s Somerset House, “Kimchi and Chips: Halo” is made up of two four-meter (13-ft) high towers and a 15-metre-long track bearing 100 motorized mirrors tracking the sun’s movement, and water jets.

Seoul-based artists Mimi Son and Elliot Woods say the mirrors and mist will reflect the sun’s rays, creating a halo shape in the air.

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