Mirroring the perception
I situated the piece inside a box full of mirrors, challenging ideas such as infinity, repetition, self in others, in and out. The pieces situated inside the box are two bodies reflecting to each other the duality of the two sides of humans and the integration of them , that’s why I attempted to interlock them.
When you look through the 4 holes of the boxes, you are able to see parts of the piece and your own eye on the other side of the box. In a way you see your own matrix, your own fiction, or the real. In order to further affect your perception of what is fiction and what is real, you also experience different shapes depending on the angle of the holes.