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2013
Dimensions Variable

 

Installation with
5 mirrors,
wood, and hinges

Looking Glass is a multi-room mirror installation shown at Phenomena. The Installation consists of five (24” x 36”) mirrors mounted on the gallery walls at adjusted angles. The mirrors are synchronized to reflect light from each of the other mirrors, completing a circuit of reflections. This allows the viewer to peer through multiple places at once, past architectural boundaries.

In the pictures shown, the numbers 1 – 5 represent the different mirror planes – the mirrors within the mirrors. I stood at Mirror #1 and photographed the reflection of my friend whom was standing at Mirror #5.

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