Material/Technique: mirrors, fiberglass, epoxy resin, steel. lacquered, lead framed, Sizes variable, min. 60 x 80 x55 cm

Mirrors reflect our surrounding, usually giving a very direct representation of it. The transformation from flat to three-dimensional changes the view, perspective and space by reflecting multiples and fractures of the unchanged but now fragmented environment. Broken, the mirrors show multiple views of the same situation, suggesting alternate understandings. They question visual habits and impose an altered circumstance by changing our position and view rather than the surroundings. When circling the shapes, the reflections travel with the viewer, creating endless new perspectives.