The participatory nature of the Arrangements works led to the invention of several installations that enfold and engage viewers in the artworks on a larger spacial scale. In this case, however, the installation is visually rearranged according to the viewers relative positions in the environment. Mirrors of equal size and shape comprise a grid positioned across from a brightly colored, wall-size geometric composition. The mirrors can be angled in various directions to reflect parts of the original composition that, cumulatively, re-composes it. This re-composition multiplies vastly as a result of two kinds of viewer actions; movement within the space and manipulation of the mirrors. Both such actions further fracture and reformulate the original composition, allowing for infinite variation. Viewers themselves appear in the reflections, further complicating and expanding the overall re-composition.


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