This piece is a installation made up of mirrors.
Viewers have the opportunity to see themselves reflected in this piece. This piece therefore is not static but active in the sense that it changes each time a new viewer gazes into it.
I used mirrors in this piece because mirrors are reflective of who we are. We look into mirrors daily not really thinking much of our own reflection. Humans, and their actions which are representative of their person play a huge role in shaping relationships, society, and the environment. I believe that people today do not take the time to "look in the mirror" and see what they are reflecting.
Like the mirrors in this piece we can experience brokenness, separation, and union with the world around us, with ourselves, and ultimately with God.
This piece reflects on these truths and also the human as reflection of the divine.