A mirror is an object that reflects light in a way that it preserves most of the detailed physical characteristics of the original light. A thin layer of silver transforms completely transparent material into the only tool, which allows us to see, examine and evaluate ourselves. Taking their roots from the ‘Body Parts’ series, Mirrors portray the subjective manner in which we only can perceive ourselves, as for us it is physically impossible to find out, how we are seen by surrounding environment. This still stare onto the reflecting surface in craving to understand oneself and see, what happens inside.
Due to these daily rituals, we all participate in, the mirror becomes a mystical object, filled with mystery and enigmatic atmosphere. We tend to believe, that mirrors hold information about everything they have ever reflected, what brings a special halo to the ancient holders of the old stories. And what do you see in those mirrors?