Early mirror work from 2009 – 2013. The normal mode where the mirrored glass is cut and arranged in a penrose tiling; utilizing the aperiodic structure of the tiling to simultaneously distort and clarify the reflective surface provided by the mirror.
Transparency, translucency, reflection, and opacity are all used in varying degree.
A special mode considers the installation of mirrored objects in a natural setting. Changes of weather and light activate the mirror and record a chronology, mostly unobserved.