This exhibition takes its title from the central room, Room #8, a large-format, panoramic quadriptych spanning more than 10 meters across two adjacent walls. The installation gives this representation of an interior a three-dimensional reality, reproducing a physical space in an ambiguous way, since the angle doesn’t exist in the image. This distortion of perspective and dimension occurs in all the images on display.
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