Olafur Eliasson is a Danish-Icelandic artist known for his striking architectural sculptures and large-scale installation pieces. Influenced by landcapes, light and weather, he brings these elemental forces inside to create a theatrical display of refracted light, movement and contrasting shadow, even using liquids and fog to surprise and displace your conviction of spatial awareness. As intriguing as they are beautiful, his creations infuse an atmosphere of calm. Groups of people wander slowly and take time to sit on the floor around intallations, taking in the scale and trying out new perspecives. Schoolchildren lay gazing upward at the mirrored ceiling admiring the mirage so carefully built to offer a slice of another reality. We so enjoyed it we walked around twice. I felt most what a world of possibility could await if only this kind of work were more infused into our working and living spaces. And perhaps the power of shared experience in structures designed purely to ignite curiosity.