A room with a view

The Venice Art Biennale, is a contemporary visual art exhibition held biennially and is the original art biennale on which others in the world have been modelled.

At this year’s event an installation by Jenny Jones, wowed the art world by her intriguing visual illusion, created using Contra Vision® Performance perforated window film.

The Venice Art Biennale

Her ingenious use of this amazing product, consisted of covering three windows within the exhibition space with the Contra Vision material. This allowed vision out (giving a tinted appearance to the window) and additional white vinyl lines applied inside, created a map of the Venice canal system.

The Venice Art Biennale

However, on the outside of the window, a view of the Rialto bridge and part of the canal was printed onto the film, creating a solid image appearance.

A series of mirrors allowed exhibition visitors to see through the window and view the printed image from the outside. This illusion created intrigue as to how a view of the Rialto could be seen from this vantage point.

The Venice Art BiennaleThe Venice Art Biennale

From inside, visitors could only see through to the dark external courtyard walls, but when looking through the mirrors they were presented with a completely different view – one of light, space and the beauty of Venice.

The Venice Art BiennaleThe Venice Art BiennaleThe Venice Art Biennale

Contra Vision® perforated film, never fails to amaze and delight the public with how it’s magical qualities create visual illusions, but this installation utilised the product in a way never seen before.

Printed by Insite Graphics, The Spaces Between is a notable installation and it resonates strongly with the Contra Vision brand. Our Invention, Your Vision.

The exhibition can be followed on Instagram via @studiojennyjones and @_the_space_between and @jonesagram.

 

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