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Yayoi Kusama, "Infinity Mirrored Room", 1998. Com­po­sée de miroirs et de « molé­cu­les », l’obses­sion des points appli­qués sur des bal­lons per­tur­bent notre per­cep­tion => jeux de miroirs.

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“This is the same color, in the grid, exactly the same ink. Hard to believe but because of the neigh­bor­ing col­ors, the background, it looks dif­fer­ent and Josef would apply this per­cep­tion to his obser­va­tions of peo­ple. He might say, I look one way on my own but with my fam­ily mem­bers you would see me dif­fer­ently – either like them or unlike them but we always see things in rela­tion to some­thing else.” Nicholas Fox Weber, Josef Albers in Amer­ica Works on Paper lec­ture