PAVILION SCULPTURE II, 1984
Narrator: Since the 1960s, Dan Graham has been famous for his pavilions made of mirrors and window glass. The structure of Pavilion Sculpture II suggests in every way that what we are looking at is a building. And yet, it is the very opposite of a building. It has no ceiling and offers no protection against the cold. It is not closed and cannot protect us against outer threats. The mirrors reflect the surroundings and confuse the eye. The boundaries between building and setting are blurred.