The meaning of “self” with a structural nature and a segregated, disjointed, incomplete identity can only be defined in comparison with an “other” . In this series of works, mirrors become a multifaceted context to throw us into the domain of “imaginary order” by forming a glancing “jouissance” while keeping their constant awing between two poles of covering and uncovering.
The mirrors of this series seem as metaphors and shapes exalted to a state of splendor belonging to the object of “mirror stage” through which subject can redefine his/her “self” through comparing those thousand-piece and repetitive details of “I” .