Polyphonic house is a freestanding polyhedric dome covered with twenty-five identical camera obscuras. The camera obscuras were constructed by extending each face of the dome into a tapered shaft and integrating a lens into the tip. The lenses project upside-down images of the artwork’s surroundings onto screens that are installed inside the dome at the base of each shaft. Standing beneath the dome, the viewer can look up into the sculpture and see her surroundings inverted by the camera obscuras and reshuffled into twenty-five fragments.
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