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Dopplekopf, detail, 2013
Full Front View.jpg
Front C to G, detail.jpg
Colour Side.jpg
Grey Side.jpg
Grey Side Box.jpg
Colour Side Box.jpg
Colour Side angle.jpg
Colour Side Spindle.jpg
Grey Side Mirror.jpg
Grey Side Spindles.jpg
Full Front Angled C to G.jpg
Grate, 2013

Dopplekopf, detail, 2013

(acrylic on wood, altered found objects, double-sided mirror, vitrines) Commissioned by Sheridan College, Trafalgar Campus, Oakville, Ontario.

Dopplekopf, which is German for "double headed", is a site specific installation that transforms a pair of vitrines into mirror images of each other. A group of objects are arranged, copied, reversed, and reflected in various shades of gray. The symmetrical arrangement of the objects in these two vitrines prompts viewers to assume that both vitrines are identical. Closer inspection reveals surprising differences as well as optical super-impositions that are unexpected and disorienting.

 

 

Grate, 2013

(acrylic on wood)

A fake vent was installed above the vitrine.

Dopplekopf, detail, 2013
Full Front View.jpg
Front C to G, detail.jpg
Colour Side.jpg
Grey Side.jpg
Grey Side Box.jpg
Colour Side Box.jpg
Colour Side angle.jpg
Colour Side Spindle.jpg
Grey Side Mirror.jpg
Grey Side Spindles.jpg
Full Front Angled C to G.jpg
Grate, 2013