Randall van der Woning
Multiple reflective surfaces in a single location offers us a view of ourselves we're not accustomed to seeing. The facets and angles of ourselves are revealed, sometimes boldy, and sometimes in far more subtle ways. We cannot always present our "best side" as the mirrors may deny us the ability to hide that part of ourselves. Each reflection tells a story. Some raise questions. Others answer them. The most interesting part is that we see ourselves in them, at times fragmented, at other times whole yet multiplied many times over. These images mirror how we feel in our day-to-day lives. We're never quite certain who we are, but we're trying to discover the truth.