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A giant sculpture in a Portuguese city plays with light and space.

The purple ‘Eclipse’ installation, by FAHR 021.3, marks Porto’s 20th year as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The six-metre-wide spherical structure consists of metallic cylinders and curves, which direct and reflect light in intriguing directions.

And, if Eclipse’s porous nature wasn’t eye-catching enough, the installation subtly shifts shape as you explore it. FAHR 021.3 described Eclipse as ‘a game of perception and provocation in the city’ – which will be featuring in Amor de Perdição square until May.

Take a closer look at Eclipse here and see it below.






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