Eyes of the Ocean. 2000   [Click to view]

Etched mirrors, digital prints. 3 units, each 90 x 90 x 18 cm.

The viewer is reflected in the piece and becomes part of it. 

Sun-Runes. 2000     [Click to view]

Wood, etched mirrors, digital prints. 300 x 110 x 100 cm

The play of light and shadow, sun and clouds, alludes to our ever-changing world.

Pebble-Staves & Calm-Staves. 1999    [Click to view]

Wood, glass, digital prints. 2 units, each 20 x 20 x 20 cm

Etched mirrors inter-reflect 2 pictures.

Wall hanging. 1983  [Click to view]

Dyed cotton patchwork. 100 x 290 cm

This piece was originally made as a 1:3 scale prototype of an altar-hanging for the church in Kópavogur. An example of optical colour mixing in a textile context.

Pendula. 1976         [Click to view]

Acrylic on wood. 136 x 100 cm

Square hanging rods turn and produce reflecting colour variations similarly to Vortex 1 from 1969. This piece also makes a satisfying noise when hung in a draughty place or above a heating vent.

Krossad and Vixl. 1976      [Click to view]

Acrylic on board. Each 115 x 115 cm

Permutations produced by the systematic positioning of randomly grouped squares.

Kvadrat 1&2. 1976  [Click to view]

Acrylic on board. Each 115 x 115 cm

Permutations produced by the systematic positioning of randomly grouped squares.

Speculum 1, 2, 3 and 4. 1976       [Click to view]

Acrylic on board. Each 105 x 63 cm

Experiments with optical colour mixing using permutations of 6 colours.

Skerries. 1976         [Click to view]

Acrylic on board with cotton strings.3 units 50 x 150 cm

Strings and their shadows on a stepped background produce unexpected colour variations.

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