Look Inside

Look Inside was installed at the Guardino Gallery in 2007. The six paper balls were suspended at eye level, so the viewer could peer into a hole in each ball. When looking inside, the viewer saw him/herself in a small mirror inside at the back of the ball. “Look Inside” was not only a literal but also a metaphorical invitation.

This installation has also been exhibited at the Minneapolis Center for Book Arts and the Durango Arts Center.

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