BLACK MIRROR


This body of work received First Class Honours at UNSW Art & Design in 2015. The artist was inspired by the 19th century device known as the Claude Glass, which was used by artists and travellers to reflect images of the natural landscape. The glass transformed these landscapes into idyllic scenes, enhancing one’s perception of reality. The artist used this device as a starting point to engage with ideas of photography, visual prosthetics, and parallel worlds. Her work may be viewed as an installation of portals, especially the four round, black-mirrored clocks penetrating the space with endless ticks.

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