Eglė Stonkutė’s series of artfully designed mirrors are less about literal reflection and more about invoking the imagination. The first is an interpretation of circular waves of water held in static motion. The next is an extract from the legend of Narcissus with a swooping bottom that represents the river in the story. The last is a concave moving mirror that turns the mirrored image upside down similar to a view through a drop of water. Together, they encourage viewers to reflect not on the exterior, but within.
Designer: Eglė Stonkutė