The mirror in Lacan's theories separates a subject (or in my case the landscape) in two parts. Two descrete, relational consecutively oriented moments of one and the same reality.
In between real fragmentation and imaginary unity.
The mirror-suggested integrity between landscape and its reflection is a deception. Fragments of reality. In my work the reality reflects reality. The image surface becomes image content, the reflection opens up the space and shows the counterpart of the framed reality. Through reflection the viewer looses the source. A second reality that coalesces with the first.
Also the geographic location of this work functions as a giant mirror as it combines photographs from Iceland in the first part and Argentina in the second.
Material: Fine Art Print
Size: Variable Sizes