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The Reflecting Wall, 2015

The Reflecting Wall is a collection of repeating intricately cut acrylic mirrored Islamic designs in which the viewers become part of the work and the reflections create new colors and reflections depending on where the viewer stands.   The laser-cut designs were borrowed from ancient Islamic door knockers and are meant to symbolically open doors to our memories.  Ultimately I want the viewer to think about materiality  (the handmade versus the machine made), the sensory relationship between the viewer and art, and memories of place.

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