As it can be seen from the image above, the sculpture is a giant concave mirror that reflects the sky. It is made of stainless steel materials that reflect the open sky from its concave part. It sits on white granite that is designed with precision to finish its beauty. This image is a photograph of the sculpture that was installed at the entrance of Oceanographic Museum in Monaco in 2003. However, there are other similar displays that have been installed in the vicinity of most phenomenal monuments, museums and historical public places in various countries. For instance, one similar sculpture was installed at the entrance of Channel Gardens at Rockefeller in 2006.
Sky mirror is a symbol of creativity that dominates the design, engineering as well as the science of artworks. The contemporary society is ever changing. The same changes are significantly reflected in the art world as well. For this reason, the design of the mirror is an indication that the aesthetic landscape painting of the 18th century is shifting with the modern waves of change. One element of change in the modern day society is technology. The implication of technology in Sky mirror is evident.
Anish Kapoor is a British-Indian. He was born in Mumbai in 1954. He moved to London in the early 1970s. He moved to England to study art and design at Hornsey College of Art and Chelsea School of Art and Design (Allen 1). For the last two decades, the sculpture has developed some of the magnificent artworks. He has also widely exhibited his artworks both in London and internationally.
Being of the latest invention of art, Anish Kapoor’s Sky Mirror has not been extensively researched to elaborate. That implies that though the technology driven sculpture is popular in the art world, as the most recognizable and ambitious artwork, the sculpture has not been extensively researched. However, this does not mean the work has not been reviewed. The stripes and the shiny stainless steel