9 July 2014 Video


For this major exhibition, Catch as catch can: works in situ, Daniel Buren has transformed the BALTIC’s west façade into a kaleidoscope of colour, visible not only from the exterior but also saturating the interior with swathes of tinted light. He has produced a new large-scale commission of sculptural mirrors that reflect and refract light from coloured windows above (pictured), turning the whole building into a spectacular experience that fluctuates with each encounter, according to the time of day and the intensity of the sunlight flooding through.

11 July – 12 October 2014
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead

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Caption: Daniel Buren Catch as catch can: works in situ
Installation view at BALTIC, Gateshead
Photo: Colin Davison © 2014 BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

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