Photos: Mario Gallucci
As a reflection on the loss of identity in the fecundity of insects, this installation consists of objects that relate to each other and the viewer through the act of gazing and being watched. The holes at the top of the slip cast tops act like eyes that gaze upon the viewer. The mirrors are arranged to reflect the tops and to leave out the reflection of the viewer's eyes. The three mirrors have three panels, reflecting the Pixel Totem #1 in the corner, which is made of three sets of three panels that making three squares. The center hole of Pixel Totem #1 gazes at the viewer.
Hidden in the reflections of the three mirrors are 3 Asian men that refer the image as object: Lee Ufan of the Mono-Ha movement, Ken Watanabe as the actor who play the decoy of R’as Al Ghul in Batman Begins, and Kien Shih who played the villain in Enter the Dragon.