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Sydney played host to a massive walk-in kaleidoscope this month

If you were lucky enough to be in Sydney this past month, you probably saw a whole lot of colour around the city. Vivid Sydney – the annual event celebrating light, music and ideas – took place and mesmerized Sydneysiders for days. One very unique installation was the talk of the town: Masakazu Shirane’s Light Origami.

Stepping inside this massive artwork, guests felt like they had entered a gigantic kaleidoscope. Except this kaleidoscope was 3D and reflected incredible psychadelic designs and movement across the space. It was made from more than 320 reflective aluminium composite panels and because of its brilliance, made for some spectacular photographs.

Via Inhabitat

Masakazu Shirane Light Origami
Masakazu Shirane Light Origami
Masakazu Shirane Light Origami
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