Participating Artists: Colin Liang, Michael Santiago, Juan Pablo Pacheco, HuiMeng Wang
Our experiences in the physical world are all but objective. The existence of an incommensurable gap between subjectivities makes fully understanding one another a logical impossibility. We can only hope to interpret—through affect, signs, and codes—what lies beyond the subject.
a mirror, is a mirror, is a mirror explores this distance, and the possibility of bridging the gap through a range of aesthetic interpretations of self-awareness, including psychological isolation, historical narrative, and interpersonal memory.