MIRROR BOX

ASYLUM

CHAPEL

EXHIBITION

Mirror Box sculpture (30x30x30cm), photograhped in Asylum Chapel, March 2017

Mirror Box sculpture (30x30x30cm)

Photographed on a plinth at the alter in Asylum Chapel, March 2017

Mirror Box sculpture (30x30x30cm) photographed on the floor of Asylum Chapel in the light from a stain glass window, March 2017

MIRROR BOX

REFRACTION

April 2017

Mirror box refracting a video projection, April 2017

Projection of video onto wall of Asylum Chapel,  March 2017

Approximately 10m x 4m

Mirror box refracting a video projection, April 2017

Living Painting, February 2017, stop motion animation: digitally edited 241 frames from a photo of one of my abstract paintings

MIRROR

BOX AS A

NON-OBJECT

August 2015

(Created in summer 2015 during my gap year, revisited in First Year BA)

 

The mirror box changes depending on the angle and it's location, reflecting it's surroundings to transform into a new object. In some locations, it becomes an invisible sculpture which completely blends into it's surroundings. 

 

My original inspiration for the Mirror Box was a kokology game where the players imagine a cube in a space. Supposedly, how the player describes the cube indicates their ego, beliefs, goals etc. 

Mirror box (30 x 30 x 30cm)  photographed in stone hose stable,  August 2015

Mirror box (30 x 30 x 30cm) on pile of logs,  August 2015

Mirror box (30 x 30 x 30cm)  in weeds,  August 2015

Mirror box (30 x 30 x 30cm)  on grass,  August 2015

March 2017

Collaboration with six other artists to create a temporary show in an abandoned chapel in Peckham, London. We curated, exhibited and dismantled the entire exhibition within one evening and around 100 people attended.

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