A mirrored apparatus that allows viewers to evaluate their movements in relation to the space around them. Viewers see how their movements correspond to others within the space. The reflections from the apparatus allow the space to be seen in alternative ways. The arrangement of the apparatus corresponds to the slight unpredictability of the reflections, however, this allows the viewer to understand how their configuration within the space has created consequences. As a result, this changes the viewers understanding of how the space operates.
Elliot Brown, BSc Digital Arts Computing