in 2015 Roberto Paoli presents in collaboration with Ligne Roset Mirror Loid,
a scenographic object that captures an image of us and the environment around us from remarkable perspectives.
Loid soprende antithetical to the game of the lines that make up. So sweet, harmonious and reassuring is the silhouette outside approaching the form of an oval, so rigid, tough and decisive is the geometry of the cuts that make up the three slabs mirror.
Loid fact does not present a front surface continues, but is fragmented into three parts in a graphic configuration unstructured which causes reflection of space both from three points of view markedly different.
As the harmony of a pond can be shattered by a waterfall, so the surface of Loid cracks and breaks. In the plan he draws an apparently illogical broken line but arranged with a rational logic: all the sheets are oriented towards the user.
Roberto Paoli thus designs an object that allows the user to observe himself from three angles, returning the image from multiple points of view simultaneously.