Digital renderings transformed into bronze, plaster and copper forms (more recent works are finished in oil paints) which come to life when viewed in the curved reflective surface of cylindrical mirrors.
Canadian artist Annette Labedski takes a break from abstract figurative painting to create pigment mixing videos, some of which (as above) use symmetrical mirroring, obscuring the palette knife to strangely mesmeric effect.
Penguin Mirror (2015) by Daniel Rozin – an interactive artwork featuring an array of 450 stuffed penguins on individual rotating platforms that generates the silhouette of viewers captured with cameras.
Yes. That lovely sound, the time lag, the collective adorbz.
Le Château de Rentilly – a 1960s country house 30 km east of Paris reclad with polished mirrored surfaces. Inside, most of the internal volume has been cleared to house a regional showcase of contemporary artwork.