Treachery of Sanctuary by Chris Milk (2012)

With this interactive storytelling installation, viewers’ own shadows are refracted back in different shapes and forms. The creator said the project “shares a spiritual intent with the prehistoric paintings on the walls of the caves of Lascaux.”

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Treachery of Sanctuary by Chris Milk (2012)

With this interactive storytelling installation, viewers’ own shadows are refracted back in different shapes and forms. The creator said the project “shares a spiritual intent with the prehistoric paintings on the walls of the caves of Lascaux.”

Image courtesy of Bryan Derballa

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