Chosen as part of the 2005 Brighton Festival programme
Through The Looking Glass was designed to make the audience become the installation and interact with the people they would otherwise walk past and ignore in the street. A 2m square frame had 14 gilded plaster mirror frames suspended around the outside at differing heights and 9 mirrors hung on the inside. Each frame lined up with a mirror, which in turn lined up with another frame, resulting in you seeing someone else's reflection back instead of your own. The piece toured around three different locations over 3 weekends, the busy North Laines, Churchill Square Shopping Centre and The Royal Pavilion Gardens.