This opera house curtain is made of fake foil

A stage curtain by artist Pae White (click image to enlarge)

"A curtain she designed for the New Opera House in Oslo, Norway, is an example of White's sophisticated sense of illusion and wit. Featuring a supersized image of crinkled aluminum foil, the curtain is both a dazzling abstract design and a hilarious commentary on all those irritating noises that take on outsized importance during the silent decorum of high art. It also makes a mockery of the viewer's expectations of reflective surfaces and toys with the idea of monumental metal sculpture." - L.A. Times

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