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Landscape Floor Installations by Suzan Drummen
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Working with crystals, chromed metal, precious stones, mirrors, and optical glass, Dutch artist Suzan Drummen designs labor-intensive landscape floor installations that are full of illusions and optical effects creating a visual array of colorful eye candy. Each component is individually placed by hand making up the massively intricate patterns that adorn gallery and museum floors.

2011 Installation CBK Amsterdam

2011 Installation CBK Amsterdam

From far away the designs appear to be symmetrical patterns of colors and shapes and upon looking closer, you begin to see the complexity of the individual parts.

2011 Installation CBK Amsterdam

2011 Installation CBK Amsterdam

2011 Installation CBK Amsterdam

2011 Installation CBK Amsterdam

2011 Installation CBK Amsterdam

2011 Installation CBK Amsterdam

2012 Installation Amstelveen

2012 Installation Amstelveen

2012 Installation Amstelveen

2012 Installation Amstelveen

2012 Installation Amstelveen

2012 Installation Amstelveen

2013 CBK Emmen

2013 CBK Emmen

2013 CBK Emmen

2013 CBK Emmen

2013 CBK Emmen

2013 CBK Emmen

2012 Installation 1 Museum Het Valkhof Nijmegen

2012 Installation 1 Museum Het Valkhof Nijmegen

2012 Installation 1 Museum Het Valkhof Nijmegen

2012 Installation 1 Museum Het Valkhof Nijmegen

2012 Installation 1 Museum Het Valkhof Nijmegen

2012 Installation 1 Museum Het Valkhof Nijmegen

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.