Counterspace's Folded Skies installation aims to explore "the complexities of land"



In the next part of our exclusive video series with Sumayya Vally, the architect discusses how her studio Counterspace’s project Folded Skies addresses the complex geographies of Johannesburg.

Counterspace’s Folded Skies installation comprises a series of large iridescent mirrors. Each mirror features a different colour gradient, which was created using pigments found in dust produced by the mines that surround Johannesburg.

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